Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

It’s 2016, and it’s time we had a talk. Last year we teased a few projects that didn’t get out the door, and, before we can jump into the fun we have planned for the New Year, we wanted to give you a status update!

“Cosmic Questers '97” Retrospective

We’ve (mostly Marcus) mentioned this in quite a few posts over the last six months, but it has yet to materialize. The retrospective will finally be posted this Friday!  We have enough distance now to look back at the project more critically, and we hope the post will be stronger as a result.

“Meanwhile at the Citadel of Superheroes…”

One of our favorite projects has finished its time going out to film festivals, and is ready for its online debut! We will be posting the extended cut of Citadel on January 12th at a YouTube near you!

“Limpwings” on DVD and VOD

At long last “Limpwings,” Two Jackets’ first feature film, will be coming to DVD and VOD on Tuesday, January 19th! The film will be available on DVD and for digital rental and purchase via We’ll provide full details when the link is live!

After “Limpwings” is out the door, we’ll be able to start talking about the next big project we’re undertaking. It’s not a film release, (though, we are still planning more of those) but a brand new creative endeavor we’ve been working on for the past few months. 

Stay tuned at the end of January for all the details!


Turn off your buffalo phone!

These immortalized words can only mean one thing: Two Jackets is going back to the South Dakota Film Festival!

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This year's fest will be held September 24-28 in Aberdeen (the Hub City!) Eric and I will be in attendance to support our electrifying superhero comedy, Meanwhile, at the Citadel of Superheroes…! The South Dakota screening is especially exciting because we will be premiering the extended festival cut of the film, which presents Lizzy Lectric’s story as we originally intended. The new material fully develops the soul of the movie, thanks in huge part to the sincerity and hilarity of our cast’s work. Some new music from rhythm-writer Reed Reimer and more post-production wizardry from Master Carlson elevate this new cut into a special experience. We can’t wait to share it with you!

If you’ve never been to SDFF, I highly recommend it. Last year was my first year in attendance, and I had an absolute blast. The fest’s organizers know how to treat their guests right, with entertaining and eclectic programming and plenty of food, beverage, and hootenanny at the after parties (which go until dawn). I love my home state, and I’m incredibly proud that it hosts such a welcoming fest, celebrating the art form I love in its incredibly diverse and fantastically weird glory.

There is indeed something happening in the middle of nowhere, and I’ll see you there!