Jeepers Creepers II

Theatrical Release: August 29, 2003
Jeepers Creepers II


Young Billy Taggart (Shaun Flemming) is in the cornfield putting the scarecrows on their perches when he sees something move. Right in front of his brother (Luke Edwards) and his father (Ray Wise), he is snatched up by a winged creature. The Creeper (Jonathan Breck) is back. Enter into the storyline, a group of basketball players, cheerleaders and coaches on their way home from a basketball championship game. A flat tire leaves them stranded on the infamous East Highway 9 in Poho County. After investigating the flat tire, they realize that something is not quite right on this deserted road. The Creeper begins to pick off his victims (including all of the coaches and some of the team) one by one. The scared teens, stranded on their school bus, with nightfall upon them, must put away their own issues with each other and join forces to fight against this demonic creature who is determined to make them part of his “feeding frenzy” on this, his last night to eat.

Dove Review

This film is boring and tiresome. It’s a movie full of bad language, gore and an ugly creature that just isn’t that scary. There are many negative elements and Preview cannot recommend the film. The negative elements begin with a lot of bad language. One loses count of the many times the “f” word is used unless of course one is the reviewer and is getting paid to keep track. The violence in the movie is continual as the Creeper kills his victims. There is nothing good about this movie, except perhaps the special effects. “Jeepers”, this film isn’t worth the money it will cost you to see it. Even at matinee prices!

Content Description


Company: MGM/UA
Genre: Horror
Runtime: 103 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Lynn Nusser