Rarely do I find a film that successfully combines low budget and horror to be fully entertaining. Funny, yes. Boring, sometimes. But almost never genuinely entertaining. The Red Skulls accomplished this. Now, I am not claiming it is to be put up next to the next Mission Impossible in quality. Heck not even the Devils Rejects or more aptly The Warriors. BUT for what this film set out to be, an entertaining low budget horror film that goes beyond what most expect out of this genre, it passed with flying colors. The effects are a huge leap forward than many I have seen in other films of this level and especially compared to those of this companies previous works. The technical quality is also a big step forward from what you might expect. The writing is also pretty good. The acting, as is to be expected, does sag as well as soar but overall it's not that bad. Bottom line this film DESERVES attention and at least an initial viewing if not several. If you like low budget horror this is definitely for you. If you like gang movies check this out. And if you like seeing an indie film group truly at work trying to entertain the world watch this film!!! Also the DVD is PACKED with a lot of really cool special features. Two behind the scenes docs, an outtake reel, a music video, a really funny commentary from the cast and crew, AND a sneak peek at thier new film Cordoba Nights. Pretty good stuff!!!!