Smith, a mob informer hiding out with the Witness Protection Program, decides to make a break for it and hide out in the Arizona desert. The Feds catch up with him and rescue him just before a group of hitmen can manage to silence him for good. In the course of getting Smith away from the mafia thugs, the pair of agents assigned to protect him turn onto an abandoned stretch of highway nicknamed 'Route 666' after the mysterious death of a prison chain gang. As the three continue on their way, they soon discover just what happened to the chain gang, and how the highway earned its name. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
30 October 2001 (USA)
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Did You Know?
There actually was a route 666. US Highway 666 ran from Gallup, New Mexico, to Cortez, Colorado, the gateway to Mesa Verde NP. Most of the route crossed the Navajo reservation and passes Ship Rock and near Four Corners, the only point in the US common to four states. The road itself still exists but has been renumbered by the New Mexico Department of Transportation because of superstitions about the number 666. See more
The Catalina is referred to as a 1969 when it is obviously a 1967. A 1969 model would have a completely different front end and would not have stacked headlights or vent windows, both of which are present on the car in the film. See more
[while pointing a gun to the back of the cop's head
And remember, I have no compunction at all about shooting you in the back.
References Zombie Lake
Time Of The Nagual
Composed and Performed by Federico Ramos
Published by El Malon Music (BMI) See more