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Jeepers Creepers 2 (Special Edition)
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- Creeper commentary by Jonathan Brecker (the Creeper), Brad Parker (production illustrator), and Brian Penikas (special effects makeup)
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- "A Day in Hell" behind-the-scenes documentary
- "Lights, Camera, Creeper" featurette
- "Creeper Creation" featurette
- "Digital Effects by the Orphanage" featurette
- "Creeper Composer" featurette
- "The Creeper's Lair" and "Ventriloquist Creeper" storyboard renditions of scenes not filmed
- Two photo galleries
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The film starts off on a farm, with a boy working to secure scarecrows within a cornfield. Upon noticing one of the scarecrows is different than the others, namely that it's moving (yes, Dorothy, he's looking for a heart, among other body parts), the boy soon learns that the scarecrow is none other than the Creeper, and both the Creeper and the boy quickly vanish, much to the father and the boy's older brother's dismay. Cut to a bus full of high school football players, a few cheerleaders, some football staff, and a couple of coaches traveling on a fairly desolate stretch of road (is there any other kind in movies like this?) After the bus suffers a flat tire from rather peculiar means, the occupants soon find themselves under attack from the devious fiend. They try to fend off their attacker, but as we know because we've already seen the first movie, it will not be deterred. It's your flesh it wants, and once it picks you, that's it, buddy boy. Can nothing stop this vile beast, or are all chosen (it chooses its' victims by smell i.e.Read more ›
Maybe it's because we've all become jaded with Hollywood. Think about it. When we were kids growing up, most everything we saw at the theaters seemed new and bigger than life. You just knew you were going to see something exciting, even mind-expanding. But it all seems to have been done again and again by Hollywood until there's nothing to do but make sequels and re-makes. The first few films you saw inspired by Romero's "Dead" films all seemed like exciting ways of telling the same story. Then along comes a movie like "28 Days Later", and everyone is angry because we don't follow down the same old path and have the "monsters" be Romero's zombies. I think the same goes for "Jeepers Creepers".
The first few dozen times you see Michael Myers, or Jason, or Freddy kill several hundred young and healthy teens, you think it's new and fresh. But Hollywood is made up now of the grownups who were fed on these genres, and sub-genres, and sub-basement genres. And when they make a film, it always seems like more of the same. But "Jeepers Creepers", though really only Freddy and Jason and Michael dressed in wings and a top hat, still seems fresher to me than say "Ghost Ship", or "Thirteen Ghosts". And with the cornfields and old lady with cats, and the out of the way township, it all seems to have a kind of "Stephen-King-esque" feel to it. A dark peek into a nightmare that's killing you. ...
Set a few days after the first, The Creeper (truly a great villain) is still out on his feeding frenzy and this time he's set his sights on a bus full of High School Basketball jocks and cheerleaders. The bulk of the movie takes place on their broken down bus and manages to provoke the maximum amount of tension from this situation as possible. Kind of like what Joel Schumacher did with Phone Booth. In an interesting side story, Ray Wise (who I will always remember as being one of the bad guys in Robocop) plays a farmer out for revenge on the creeper with a truckload of homemade weapons. He makes for a great hero and you'll definitely be rooting for him.
Also, The Creeper is so much cooler. The opening scene of him disguised as a scarecrow is wicked bad and gone are the ridiculous acrobatic stunts with him jumping over cars and stuff. Instead now the movie focuses on his impressive wingspan and flying skills. He also gets more screen time to show off his sinister personality, which can only be a good thing.
Freddy vs Jason deserved to be knocked off the No. 1 spot only by a good movie. And this is it. Jeepers Creepers 2 has great action scenes and a macabre sense of humor. You must go see.
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Not normally a fan of the horror genre (the first "Final Destination" being the extent of offerings I've liked), but I enjoyed the original "Jeepers Creepers" so I... Read morePublished 7 days ago by D. Douglas
Jeepers Creepers 2 (2003). United Artists. Myriad Pictures. American Zoetrope. Rated "R". Special Edition. Running Time: One hour, 43 mins. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James P. McDonald
Great fun movie.... ( patiently waiting for Jeeper Creepers 3.....please!!!!)Published 2 months ago by Masters1313
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