OK, so I scored an Olympus XA2 from a neighborhood garage sale for the grand total of one dollar. Oh, and someone else actually donated the dollar for me on my behalf, because I only had a twenty and the owner was perturbed at that. So, essentially, the camera was free to me. I've been getting back into 135 film photography lately, having run rolls through my Nikon FE, Yashica T3, and now this Oly XA2. Anyway, the XA2 still had a roll of 24-exp, Kirkland Signature (Costco house brand), ISO 400 film loaded with a few exposures (not mine, of course) already ticked off. I finished off the rest of the roll, obviously not being particular about it since I didn't load the film nor had any idea how old it was. I recently had the roll developed at my local Costco and realized that they royally screwed up the cutting of the negatives, chopping off a quarter of most of the shots (see below). I didn't realize this until I came home to look at the CD scans and negatives. Now, I'm thrilled that my local Costco still develops film, and for cheap, but after this, I'm not so sure how cheap I want to go. Thankfully this was just a throw away roll. But to the main point of my post (sorry for all the extra bits), can anyone tell me why all of the exposures came out with this reddish tinge to them? It's almost like it was loaded backwards for the red scale effect, but I don't think that's it. Could it have been accidentally, and briefly, exposed to light? Could the lab have screwed it up? Could it just be old film? Appreciate the info!