Stranded on a lonely road, a schoolbus full of high school basketball players, their coaches, and cheerleaders must defend themselves from the Creeper - a flesh-eating ancient beast that resurfaces on the earth every 23 years to feed. Meanwhile, a farmer and his son set out on a personal mission to hunt the Creeper down.Written by
(at around 20 mins) When Ray Wise was banging the hammer on an anvil, one of the sparks landed in his pocket and it caught fire. He performed the scene regardless. See more »
Just after the popped tyre on the bus with the young people on board, the camera on the board shows the scenery on the left to be up and down but not flat yet when we see the exterior of the bus side on from the right to left, the scenery behind the bus is flat See more »
[yelling out to Billy, who's putting up scarecrows]
Billy! Get number three up now. Don't come in to eat before you do. And check the other two! Make sure they're wired up good. I don't want them blowing over again the first big wind.
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There are no opening credits whatsoever, save for United Artists, American Zoetrope & Myriad Pictures; the title of the film does not appear until the ending credits. See more »
The film originally opened with the team's basketball game in its final moments. This was filmed, but cut from the final version. On the DVD special features, the Gymnasium set can be seen in the background on the feature entitled "A Day In Hell". See more »
Great Monster Movie, And A Lot More Fun Than The Original!
Jeepers Creepers 2 (2003)
I went to see this movie, expecting a bit less than the first movie, but it ended up to be a bit MORE than the first. Jeepers Creepers 2 starts off with a kid in a cornfield, wiring up scarecrows for his father's farm. I won't tell what happens, but it then cuts to a school bus full of basketball players and cheerleaders, who are on their way home from a championship game. Then, they're tire blows out from a sharp metal object thrown by an unseen presence. They decide to try driving for a bit longer, still with 5 running wheels, and then another blows out, again by a sharp metal object thrown at the bus. Then the body count starts. This attempt to create a sequel succeeded, and the very ending of the film, I won't say what it is, was a neat idea. This movie had less gore, but more action and fun than the one before it. I give it an 8/10.
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