Here is an excerpt from the opening of the script:
FADE IN: Open on a darkly lit Kitchen. In the foreground in clear focus is a remote atop the kitchen counter. in the background is the closed front door.
The door suddenly swings open and our protagonist, Stephen, slouches in carrying a heavy bag of his school books.
long day of school...finally over!
(a bit out of breath)
He throws the backpack on the counter, picks up the remote and turns on the tv as he heads toward the fridge
Hello TV. How was your day sitting around and NOT listening to two lectures and NOT completely bombing a physics test you didn't spend three hours studying for?
TV is staticky for a few seconds before shimmering onto a clear image of THE JOURNEY INTO DUSK logo.
Day and Night. Good and Evil. Life and Death. There is a plane of existence that exists between all states of truths and their opposite
Stephen joins in to the tv voice. It is clear that he has watched a LOT of JOURNEY INTO DUSK.
It impossibly bridges contradicting and conflicting realities and opens a doorway to the land of mystery and the unknown. Come with us today as we JOURNEY INTO DUSK.
Journey Into Dusk is intentionally supposed have a Twilight Zone feel. I really enjoy the show so this is a bit of a love letter to it.
Lastly here is a look at some of the storyboards I've done.