Gina Philips, Justin Long, Jonathan Breck, Patricia Belcher
Victor Salva (Screenplay), Victor Salva (Director)
Release: Jul. 1st, 2001
Runtime: 1 hour, 30 minutes
A college-age brother and sister get more than they bargained for on their road trip home from spring break. When the bickering siblings witness a creepy truck driver tossing body bags into a sewer near an abandoned church, they investigate. Bad move! Opening a Pandora's Box of unspeakable evil, the pair must flee for their lives -- with a monstrous "shape" in hot pursuit.
BY startin out by thoe follow ing i like to say that This movie suck a*s it had nothing to do with the following movie or anything dont let me talk about the endening for if the thing wakes up every ...
What is everyone's view on this upcoming sequal. Im sure most of you hate the first one and couldn't give a **** about the sequal, but I think if Victor Salva can pull it off, it could be really good....
I was readin the specs on this DVD last night, and WOW. If the movie wasn't all that great, the DVD just might redeem another lost soul. I believe this is set for a late December early January relea...
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Jeepers Creepers gives all the spooky horror shocks and disturbing backstory and visuals mixed with nicely fine-tuned action and humour that will please any film fan.
Just like a Final Destination movie, absolutely nothing of consequence is explained, the monster is some lame amalgamation of horror baddy costume ideas, the Fortuneteller adds absolutely nothing to the movie besides the completely disposable stinger ending, and the tie into the song "Jeepers Creepe....