Route 666 (2001)

R   |    |  Action, Horror, Thriller


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A federal witness runs away and a team of government agents track him down, but when they take a shortcut on the return trip, they're attacked by zombies.


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7 June 2004 | Snoopy1
Hardly deserves even one star.
Route 666, a direct-to-video release starring Lou Diamond Phillips, was about a group of US Marshalls transporting a protected witness to California. They decide to take a shortcut; Highway Route 666. Route 666 had been closed for due to many bizarre car accidents.

This movie did not seem to fit into any specific subgenre of a horror flick. Was it a zombie movie? Was it a ghost story? Was it an action movie? It was all of the above, yet NONE of the above. The action was cartoonish, especially with these zombies looking more like bad modern art made with clay, and the tacky cinematography which was more appropriate for a video game.

The acting was dreadful, with the exception of Steve Williams. Lori Petty's voice was like nails on a chalkboard, Lou Diamond Phillips seemed very detached from his role, and the supportive characters either overacted or seemed completely disinterested. Who casted this movie? The acting left much to be desired.

This film was stupidly laughable at best, and painfully asinine at worst. Even boobs wouldn't have been able to save this one. Avoid this at all costs!

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