Kent boys Andy and Luke Campbell are making the best low-budget slasher movies in the Midwest, using equipment and talent borrowed from the local university or bought with their meager slacker incomes. Andy is the more recognizable half, having also starred in their last opus, Demon Summer. He might have been the head of the A/V squad in high school, but he has a professional-grade sense of timing and comedy. Luke is the silent partner, opting to spend most of his time behind camera. They recently finished shooting their most ambitious project to date, The Red Skulls, involving rival street gangs and mutants. (See "Brothers Grim" in this issue.) If they'd just shot the movie at the Cleveland Greyhound Bus Station, they wouldn't've had to recruit actors.