I watched this film right after watching '30 Days of Night' and to be honest, Gabriel came across as the big budget film, but with an actual plot. I found it to be very entertaining, gripping and it surprised me with some very interesting takes of old established stories.
This is a very ambitious film considering the background of where it came from and the situation in which it was made. As mentioned on the DVD extra's, "you get the ones (films) with no money and heaps of time, or the ones with no time and heaps of money...this film was a combination of no money and no time"
This can be seen in a few places in the film, but that is the only bad thing I can say about this film.
It is clear to see that this has been a labour or love for all involved, both cast and crew and that shines through.
The plot is well written and the story has some very nice twists in it, set in a back drop that reminds the viewer of The Highlander, The Crow and Blade Runner this is a story of Good Vs Evil, of redemption and brotherhood.
The DVD also includes the normal extras such as a Behind-The-Scenes Featurette and Deleted Scenes.
This is well worth watching at least once.