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Jeepers Creepers (2001)

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A college-age brother and sister get more than they bargained for on their road trip home from spring break. When the bickering siblings witness a creepy truck driver tossing body bags into a sewer near an abandoned church, they investigate. Bad move! Opening a Pandora's Box of unspeakable evil, the pair must flee for their lives -- with a monstrous "shape" in hot pursuit.

Director: Victor Salva
Writer: Victor Salva

Release Date: 2001-07-01
Status: Released
Run time: 90 min / 1:30
Budget: $10,000,000
Revenue: $59,217,789
Production Companies : United Artists, American Zoetrope, Cinerenta Medienbeteiligungs KG, Cinerenta-Cinebeta, VCL Communications
Production Countries: Germany, United States of America
Release Date: 2001-07-01
Status: Released
Run time: 90 min / 1:30
Budget: $10,000,000
Revenue: $59,217,789

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Gina Philips
as Patricia 'Trish' Jenner
Justin Long
as Darius 'Darry' Jenner
Jonathan Breck
as The Creeper
Patricia Belcher
as Jezelle Gay Hartman
Eileen Brennan
as The Cat Lady
Brandon Smith
as Sgt. David Tubbs
Peggy Sheffield
as Waitress Beverly
Jeffrey William Evans
as Restaurant Manager
Patrick Cherry
as Binky Plutzker
Jon Beshara
as Officer Robert Gideon
Avis-Marie Barnes
as Officer Natasha Weston
Steve Raulerson
as Cellblock Officer
Tom Tarantini
as Austin McCoy
William Haze
as Officer with Hole in Chest
Kim Kahana
as Camper Driver
Chris Shepardson
as Dying Boy


Directing Victor Salva Director
Writing Victor Salva Screenplay
Production Tom Luse Producer
Production Barry Opper Producer
Production Francis Ford Coppola Executive Producer
Production Mario Ohoven Executive Producer
Sound Bennett Salvay Original Music Composer
Camera Don E. FauntLeRoy Director of Photography
Editing Ed Marx Editor
Production Kimberly Mullen Casting
Costume & Make-Up Emae Villalobos Costume Design
Production Willi Bär Executive Producer
Production J. Todd Harris Co-Producer
Production Eberhard Kayser Executive Producer
Production Linda Reisman Executive Producer
Art Steven Legler Production Design
Art Kevin Egeland Art Direction
Art Barbara Peterson-Malesci Set Decoration
Art Alice Wymer Art Department Coordinator
Art Christopher Scheetz Construction Coordinator
Art Daniel Williams Greensman
Art Andreas Zachai Location Scout
Art Brad Parker Production Illustrator
Art Greg Smith Sculptor
Camera Michael P. May Camera Operator
Camera Gene Page Still Photographer
Costume & Make-Up Gunnar Swanson Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Barnaby Smyth Set Costumer
Costume & Make-Up Rex Christensen Set Dressing Artist
Crew Jerry Blohm Armorer
Crew Michael Powels Carpenter
Crew Todd Sheridan Perry CG Supervisor
Crew Paul Le Blanc CGI Supervisor
Crew Drew Smith Craft Service
Crew Robert Jepson Driver
Crew Roy Ceballos Makeup Effects
Crew Michael Matsumoto Post Production Assistant
Crew Nancy Kirhoffer Post Production Supervisor
Crew James P. Crapser Propmaker
Crew Jerry Blohm Property Master
Crew Carla Bailey Scenic Artist
Crew Fred Moyse Set Medic
Crew Joanne Guthrie Set Production Assistant
Crew Joe Foglia Sound Recordist
Crew Michael Arbogast Special Effects Coordinator
Crew John Hines Stand In
Crew James M. Churchman Stunt Coordinator
Crew Hank Amos Stunts
Crew Rolando Díaz Telecine Colorist
Production Barry Opper Unit Production Manager
Crew Kurt Hockenberry Utility Stunts
Directing Mary Kilgannon Assistant Director
Directing Patricia A. Fullerton Script Supervisor
Editing Robert Troy Dialogue Editor
Editing Geraud Brisson First Assistant Editor
Lighting Thomas M. Allen Electrician
Lighting Robert Driskell Gaffer
Lighting Shane Buttle Lighting Technician
Lighting Paul Beaver Rigging Grip
Production Mary Sunshine Production Accountant
Production Leslie Stevens Production Coordinator
Production Jeffrey Berk Production Supervisor
Sound Richard Partlow Foley
Sound Ed Marx Music Editor
Sound Randy Kerber Orchestrator
Sound Shawn Murphy Scoring Mixer
Sound Charlyn Bernal Sound Designer
Sound Angelo Palazzo Sound Editor
Sound Andy Rosenthal Sound Effects Editor
Sound Aleksandr Gruzdev Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound James P. Lay Supervising Sound Editor
Visual Effects Lisa Lavender 3D Supervisor
Visual Effects Scott Ramsey Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Robert W. Morgenroth Visual Effects Supervisor
Camera Ben Bardin Key Grip
Costume & Make-Up Rodger Jacobs Key Makeup Artist
Sound Tim Bindel ADR Supervisor
Camera Joe Mast Dolly Grip
Camera Marvin Haven Grip
Costume & Make-Up Tim Phoenix Makeup Artist
Crew Gloria Winship Ayon Animal Coordinator
Crew Shane Ayon Animal Wrangler
Directing George Bamber First Assistant Director
Directing Jason Roberts Second Assistant Director
Editing Rick Downey Negative Cutter
Sound Cindy Jo Hinkleman ADR Editor
Sound Kevin Connolly Musician

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  • Jeepers Creepers still holds a lot of the power it did over a decade ago thanks in large part to its ability to morph and change styles during its brisk 90-minute running time.

  • By Adam DiLeo. As a die hard fan of the first two Jeepers Creepers movies, it pains me to say this: Jeepers Creepers 3 is the low point of the franchise, one from which I hope, but doubt, it will ...

  • Jeepers Creepers has more in common with 1950's EC horror comic books than any B Horror movies that have been made in the past twenty years. That fact isn't bad, it's great! There are a lot of horror plot ideas out there that have never seen decent expression.

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  • Jeepers Creepers is a great movie and I'm surprised that many other people that wrote reviews didn't praise this film like me. I really enjoyed it. I saw it twice in the movie theatre and I own lots of collectibles for the film!!

  • This issue opens with the Jeepers Creepers monster battered and somewhat down on his luck. He can’t even stay in flight for very long. It sets up a potential arc for the monster before cutting to the protagonist college grad off to Mexico City.

  • Lacking in imagination or genuine scares, Jeepers Creepers 3 falls tragically short on just about every front and is not worth your money.

  • An unremarkable entry in a cult favorite franchise, Jeepers Creepers 3 offers fans little to get excited about. While the monster still rules its slice of country highway and the skies above it, the rest of the film crashes in the cornfields.

  • 'Jeepers Creepers 3' is a giddily capricious guilty pleasure which hybridizes the creature rules of Stephen King's 'It' (the 23-year cycle of the Creeper's (Jonathan Breck) edacious frenzy) for an ...