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Jeepers Creepers (2001)

Cast: Jeff Moldovan, Jeff Moldovan, Gina Philips, more...
Director: Victor Salva, Victor Salva
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Studio: MGM
Genre: Horror, Killer Critters
Running Time: 90 min.
Languages: English, Spanish, French
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
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Writer/director Victor Salva returns to his horror roots with this teen-slasher genre flick, one of several 2001 films produced by Francis Ford Coppola's American Zoetrope studio. Gina Philips and Justin Long are siblings Trish and Darry, road tripping home from college across the U.S. and bickering all the way. Menaced by a truck on the highway, the travelers encounter the same vehicle later, and what they believe is a man dumping a human body into a drainage pipe. Investigating, Darry and Trish become the intended prey of an indestructible, supernatural creature hell-bent on eating them, a murderous local myth that is proving to be all too real. As they attempt to escape their bloodthirsty pursuer, the pair discovers that even the local police station is no refuge; they also receive some advice from a knowledgeable psychic (Patricia Belcher). Jeepers Creepers co-stars Eileen Brennan. ~ Karl Williams, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Old-fashioned creep out by wes2666 December 31, 2004 - 9:34 AM PST
1 out of 2 members found this review helpful
Jeepers Creepers has a very innocent feel to it. If your definition of "innocence" can include an underground chamber decorated with corpses, that is. It's a carnival spook show that resourcefully uses shadow and suggestion to excite the imagination. The monster design is inventive and is carefully revealed a piece at a time (Is that a wing? How many eyes did I just see?) and the strong orange and black color palette make this a great Halloween rental. The protagonists don't make very logical choices (does anyone really want them to?) and the "shock" ending doesn't fly, but these are mostly quibbles.

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(Average 5.40)
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