Route 666 had its heart in the right place, just never went anywhere with what it really wanted to do. I must say that having construction-worker ghosts with deadly equipment vs. cops was something I would be interested in seeing, but the flick never really showed anything to be honest. The opening was one for the books with a good shoot-out but somewhat dragged down from there. While having them appear in the daytime probably didn't help the budget, I do admit that it somehow worked on me. Gave it a creepy vibe. William Wesley did Scarecrows before helming this movie and hasn't done anything since...He's not terrible so I don't see why... he was pretty stylish. Pulling off some sweet angles and interesting tricks... Except for that weird stop-motion-esque crap he pulled anytime the ghosts attacked. What the hell was up with that anyway? It didn't have any effect on me and just annoyed. The characters were so-so. I must admit I laughed at some of their lines (for actually being funny) and was entertained by their shenanigans. Lou Diamond Phillips was fine most of the way, had a couple of weird moments. La Bamba in the house!!! Lori Petty has a charisma about her that I can't shake, even when she's playing a butch cop. Alex McArthur was kind of lame here. The garbage role didn't really help. Steven Williams made me laugh so my eyes he was good. Wasn't much more to the character than that. Dale Midkiff seems to love playing characters that we'd love to hate and here was another example. He he can break free of it when the time comes... L.Q. Jones plays a Southern fuckhead... that's it. He's alright. Mercedes Colon looked hot and horny. That's all the role really asked of her. Furthermore on the deep end, there was way too much going on here for people to try and fit into one movie. Why try to establish so much when your movie is aiming for not even an hour and a half mark? None of them were useful, especially since I knew most of them were going to die. Although the gore was pretty good when it showed, a movie like this one was begging for there to be more. Sadly, it never came and instead wanted to do some trippy montages during the stalk sequences. Not cool. The script is also filled with plot holes on how certain characters bite it and/or live. But I wasn't put off by this so that says something. Definitely a movie for an extremely lazy day or good for something in the background while doing house chores or some shite like that. The movie's amusing and simple. Just don't expect to be scared or amazed.