Jeepers Creepers 2

Jeepers Creepers 2

Unknown - 2003
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"Salva develops the tension and terror with skill."--Northwest Herald
"Still offers a lot of good scary fun."--Jam! Movies
The Creeper attacks a high school basketball team's bus. They must stick together to stay alive.
Publisher: [United States] : Metro Goldwyn Mayer, 2003.
Edition: Widescreen ed.
ISBN: 9780792859758
0792859758
Branch Call Number: JEEP
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 104 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Additional Contributors: Breck, Jonathan
Long, Justin
Wise, Ray

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Feb 24, 2017

This movie is quite the thriller. I remember first watching this years ago. I was terrified by the flying monster that simply swiped away the people it wanted. As students are returning from winning a basketball championship, things aren’t looking as bright as they normally should. As the group celebrates their win, their bus breaks down in the middle of the road, and their coach goes missing outside after the sun sets. They quickly realize that something is outside, and it is not human. The group must survive without being captured by this mysterious creepy monster that lurks around them. Rating: 3.5/5
- @JuiceboxZ of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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michaelbrouillette
Jan 05, 2015

Much more action oriented than the first film. Because of this, the movie is also quite a bit less frightening. The Creepers truck, one of my favorite elements of the first film, is left out completely, as is his rather awesome battle axe. Instead we get some daggers and shuriken, and In place of the iconic truck, the Creeper spends a good part of this movie flying. In the first movie flight was used sparingly, but in this movie it's now his main mode of transportation. No problem with it, but I miss that truck.

Again, as with the first movie, not many likable characters, but the father/son duo that are hunting the Creeper are alright. The bus of students is one big "dumb jock" stereotype, and besides that these characters are rather one dimensional.

As always the Creeper is awesome, and he is without a doubt the main star of this series. I have to say I do prefer this movie slightly to the first one, only because this one has a lot more Creeper action. Tons of fighting scenes, and while it is a lot less frightening, this one still manages to deliver a few quality scares.

Same as with the first movie, best to watch this one yourself and form your own opinion.

Mocha6ft3 Jun 13, 2012

Hmmmm. Let's see. I'm normally pumped to watch a sequel. Especially if the first one is good...... I didn't like this movie as much as the first one. Even though i normally don't compare sequels. But this movie, well, i just wasn't feeling it. I do recommend you watch it on your HOMETHEATER. There was no one scene that blew me away as far as sound is concerned. This movie contains all around sound. The visual were ok and the monster looked good. But something was missing to me. My friend, who watched the first one with me thought this movie was a little corny. But she did speak back to the television often. Saying how silly the teenagers were. Will there be a part 3? The real question is, will it be better than 2? I"m giving this movie 2 and a half stars. A thick juicy hamburger, crinkle cut french fries, pickles, lettuce, tomatoes, and coke.

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