Earlier this week we gave you a look at the trailer for E3W Productions' Where the Others Are, a filmed version of their immersive theatre experience and now you can experience it from the comfort of your home.

E3W is known for their impressive live immersive experiences, such as In Another Room, but their latest creation was cut short when they had to shut down production due to COVID-19, so they decided to turn it into a film:

A desperate plea from an old friend brings you to the doorstep of her neglected trailer. She's finally ready to leave her abusive husband, and she wants your help. But he may not be what he appears to be. And her problem may be beyond human comprehension.

Where the Others Are welcomes you into a 1980s Airstream, where something otherworldly is brewing between the couple who lives there. Step inside Ben and Maggie's strange and surreal world and witness the unexplainable, as they confront questions of existence, connection, identity, and meaning - within themselves, within their marriage, and within the claustrophobic confines of their vintage RV. 

Originally produced as a live immersive theatre experience for only two audience members at a time, Where the Others Are was the most intimate piece of theatre yet from E3W Productions, the Los Angeles based company behind the hit immersive show In Another Room (2017, 2018) as well as the critically acclaimed indie-horror film The House on Pine Street (2015).

Despite sold-out shows and rave reviews, the production was unfortunately cut short in order to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Because of this, less than 100 people were able to see the show live, as it was meant to be experienced. However, the E3W team quickly pivoted and tapped into their indie-horror film roots, capturing everything on film so that it could reach the audience this story deserves. 

A small on-demand fee will help to pay back lost production expenses from the unexpected shutdown.

Where the Others Are was written by Melissa Hughes, directed by Austin and Aaron Keeling, produced and designed by Natalie Jones, Aaron Keeling, and Austin Keeling, and stars Emily Goss and Daniel Van Thomas.

We've included the trailer below and you can watch the movie now by visiting the following link: