Watch "Out of Place," the 1st episode of "A Seat on a Train!" If you love "The Twilight Zone" then why not come and take "A Seat on a Train!"
Please help support my new series "A Seat on a Train" by purchasing our DVD package at aseatonatrain.com All proceeds go towards filming our next episode, "The Perfect Woman!"
Director/Writer Daniel MacMunn explains where his passion comes from- If you love "The Twilight Zone" then you come take "A Seat on a Train!" I have always been a huge fan of Rod Serling's hit classic, creepy series from the early 1960's. Many people have tried to duplicate this series but have fallen short in my eyes. "Out of Place" is the first episode of a series I created called "A Seat on a Train." I don't want to copy Rod Serling's genius, but pay homage to it. I believe my ideas and skilled writing will bring back that great old style of story telling, while piquing the interest of the modern day viewer. I have written many other episodes, ready to be filmed, that pertain to our modern times. "Out of Place" is the first brave attempt of this series. It was shot very low budget, in one
location with two characters. It has that creepy style of filming with original music enhancing the story. I hope "Out of Place" will be the kick start into a long run of "A Seat on a Train."
"Out of Place" blends the psychological thriller with the classic surrealism and sets stage for some truly dark melodrama to come from future episodes. The acting is superb, with characters that are believable and emotive..."- review from asouthernlifeinscandaloustimes.blogspot.com (Link to full review- asouthernlifeinscandaloustimes.blogspot.com/ 2013/09/my-review-of-pilot-episode-of-seat-on.html)
A Seat on a Train description- A single seat on an old train has a very peculiar talent. For when a passenger sits, they're warped into another reality where they're confronted with major flaws, concluding with a twisted lesson at the end.
Festival Awards for "Out of Pace"
- Official selection of The Green Bay Film Festival
- Winner of best short at The Best Shorts Competition
- An Award of Excellence at The Accolade Film Competition
- Selected for screening at The Hot Springs Horror Film Festival in October-