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Jeepers Creepers 3
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(Dec 26, 2017)
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Jeepers Creepers 3 is a 2017 American horror film written and directed by Victor Salva and the third installment in the Jeepers Creepers franchise, taking place in between Jeepers Creepers and Jeepers Creepers 2. Jonathan Breck reprises his role as the Creeper.
- Jonathan Breck as the Creeper
- Meg Foster as Gaylen Brandon
- Gabrielle Haugh as Addison Brandon
- Stan Shaw as Sheriff Dan Tashtego
- Joyce Giraud as Deputy Dana Lang
- Jordan Salloum as Kenny Brandon
- Ryan Moore as Kirk Mathers
- Brandon Smith as Sergeant Davis Tubbs
- Gina Philips as Trish Jenner (cameo)
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-Fans of the original two will love seeing the Creeper up to no good again.
-This film takes place in between Jeepers Creepers 1 and 2 and fills in the gaps nicely. Some really great story moments.
-The Creeper is back and nastier than ever! No, really he is super pissed in this movie.
-The Music and Cinematography is really great. All reminiscent of the first two films.
-Meg Foster is awesome. Enough said.
- Due to the film being stuck in development hell for so long this film has the lowest budget of the three films. This results in some questionable CGI sequences. Not all are bad, but since the film takes place mostly during the day, it’s more noticeable the effects aren’t up to modern film standards.
-The new characters aren’t very memorable. It’s the old characters weaving in and out that stand out. Although Stan Shaw is really great in his role.
-While the film tries to expand the mythology, its frustrating how it does so without giving the audience answers. You’re left with more questions and scratching your head.
Overall, the film is a solid effort and personally I love it more than Jeepers Creepers 2. Definitely worth seeing and adding to your collection if you loved the other movies and it sets up Jeepers Creepers 4 in a really great way!
NOTE: This review is of the screening of the film on September 26th in theaters and not the final product arriving on Bluray 12/26 which is supposedly going to have more finalized special effects.
I can see why some would be disappointed by this flick: (1.) The story opens in an unnecessarily convoluted manner. (2.) Until the climax, the Creeper appears mostly in broad daylight, which naturally takes away from the creature’s mystique. (3.) The Creeper now has his own eye-rolling ‘Mystery Machine’ with built-in weapons and defenses. (4.) While the movie teases us with explaining the Creeper’s origins, it doesn’t deliver. Instead, the ending (with a cameo from Gina Philips from the first installment) is a lead-in to a possible fourth movie.
Addressing these criticisms: (1.) While it’s true that the story begins in a convoluted manner, everything eventually comes together and makes sense, sort of. (2.) Yes, the Creeper loses his mystique, but the daytime sequences can be defended on the grounds that the Creeper only has 23 days every 23 years to conduct his diabolical business; thus it makes sense that he’d be active day and night, not just night. Besides, there are several night scenes. (3.) I agree that the Creeper’s vehicle is too cartoony and it takes away from any sense of genuine horror, but it provides the opportunity for some slasher thrills. (4.) I was anticipating discovering the secrets of the monster and so was disappointed that its genesis wasn’t explained, BUT this compels me to see the next (and presumably final) movie, IF there is one.
In other news, the female cast is scant, but Gabrielle Haugh certainly makes up for it with her tight jeans in the last 10-15 minutes, lol.
THE FILM RUNS 100 minutes and was shot entirely in Louisiana (St. Francisville, New Roads, Ethyl, Jackson and Baton Rouge).