Way Out may have seemed quaint with it's low tech video tape look and shoestring budget. But a close look at these few (there were only 14) stories revealed amazing imagination. It often showcased excellant actors who became well known later on. Unfortunately, these episodes were only shown once between March and July 1961. To my knowledge they have never been syndicated or released (officially) on tape or DVD. The stories, like an actor who gets trapped in "Quasimoto" make up, a woman who keeps wakeing up from nightmares only to find she's still dreaming, a man who falls for a woman that has wires and a light for a head, a lady who has an acting job where night crew actor's really murder their victems, a funeral home that helps "dispose" of bodys, should appeal to fans of The Twilight Zone.
On the down side, the low budget often revealed mistakes (like an obvious rubber snake in one episode) But for those who like odd tales, this is worth seeking out. The 14 half hour episodes would make a great DVD set.