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  Jeepers Creepers 2 cinematronic
  director

Victor Salva

cast

Ray Wise, Jonathan Breck, Travis Schiffner, Nicki Lynn Aycox, Drew Tyler Bell, Billy Aaron Brown, Kasan Butcher, Lena Cardwell, Al Santo, Justin Long

year

2003

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  Released in 2001 to solid box-office response, the monster movie "Jeepers Creepers" was tense, cleverly written and artful in its design and effects. It was also predictably structured and muddied by the faulty logic that's pandemic in the slasher genre. And the door was left wide open for a vague, gratuitous sequel that isn't as much fun as the first go-round. Like its predecessor, "Jeepers Creepers 2" comes from writer/director Victor Salva, who created the Creeper, a winged hellspawn that serves as the villain in both films. All that we really know about the Creeper (Jonathan Breck) is that he shows up every 23 years in the American Midwest and, for 23 days, feeds on humans to replenish his body parts; then, he disappears for two more decades of dormancy. More myth or back-story would enhance the supernatural horror. Instead, we get the obligatory bus full of college basketball players and cheerleaders driving down a lonely highway on their way home from a championship game. As night falls on the 23rd day of Creeper feast-time, he tries to make the bus his very own snack-pack on wheels. Only a vengeful farmer (Ray Wise) might save the kids, but their fate is of little weight.  
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