Jeepers Creepers 2 (2003)

Posted November 26, 2003 by Mrs Giggles in 2 Oogies, Film Reviews, Genre: Horror & Monster / 0 Comments

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Jeepers Creepers 2 (2003)

Jeepers Creepers 2 (2003)

Main cast: Ray Wise (Jack Taggart), Jonathan Breck (The Creeper), Travis Schiffner (Izzy Bohen), Nicki Aycox (Minxie Hayes), Garikayi Mutambirwa (Deaundre “Double D” Davis), Eric Nenninger (Scott Braddock), Marieh Delfino (Rhonda Truitt), Billy Aaron Brown (Andy “Bucky” Buck), Lena Cardwell (Chelsea Farmer), Josh Hammond (Jake Spencer), Al Santos (Dante Belasco), Kasan Butcher (Kimball “Big K” Ward), and Drew Tyler Bell (Jonny Young)
Director: Victor Salva

I hope you’re not one of those people that are lured into watching this movie by alarmist critics comparing Jeepers Creepers 2 to softporn gay erotica. Most of these critics are obviously extrapolating from Victor Salva’s past because while there are gratuitously shirtless young men in this movie, one would have a better time watching a David DeCoteau video or buying the latest Abercrombie and Fitch catalogue. There aren’t that much flesh on display in this movie. Chances are, you’ll be disappointed if you’re expecting T&A.

Without the hype about its actually disappointing T&A, Jeepers Creepers 2 would be hard pressed to generate any column inches. It’s just a messy, plotless cash-in on the success of the much superior Jeepers Creepers. Set twenty-three years after the first film, this time around a busload of football players, three female cheerleaders, a coach, a teacher, and the driver as their bus breaks down in the middle of nowhere just as the Creeper begins to start its feeding frenzy. Some kids die – not that I care, because I still can’t tell who is who at the end of the day – and the survivors leave the bus to run all over the place in the dark, in the middle of nowhere, unarmed, without directions. This allows the movie to get even more incoherent as apparently half the cast disappears and never to be seen again when the movie ends. Meanwhile, an angry farmer, whose son is lost to the Creeper, builds what seems like an indestructible truck and goes after the Creeper with a home-made harpoon. I’m not joking.

Abandoning the slow but skilful atmosphere-building of the original movie for a bunch of imbecile teenagers screaming and running across an open field from a flying monster (die, stupid kiddies, die!), Jeepers Creepers 2 ends up creeping on empty and sputtering pathetically only to die a long way from the finishing line. Watching the original, but skip the sequel.

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