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Jeepers Creepers (Widescreen/Full Screen) [Import]


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  • Actors: Gina Philips, Justin Long, Jonathan Breck, Patricia Belcher, Brandon Smith
  • Directors: Victor Salva
  • Writers: Victor Salva
  • Producers: Barry Opper, Eberhard Kayser, Francis Ford Coppola, J. Todd Harris, Linda Reisman
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: MGM Canada
  • Release Date: Aug. 26 2003
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (395 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005RHGK

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Philips/Long/Breck/Belcher ~ Jeepers Creepers

Special Features

On the DVD commentary track, director Victor Salva gushes over his cast and crew (especially the two young leads), discusses how budget concerns affected numerous aspects of production, and provides his response to the eternal question, "Why didn't the kids just drive away?" Side 2 of the disc offers 10 extended scenes, including some longer conversations between Trish and Darry, more of the creeper, a longer opening, and a milder ending. A six-part, one-hour documentary provides comments by the cast and crew, screen tests, and production information. An eight-minute photo gallery set to Bennett Salvay's chilling score shows both conceptual art and backstage photographs. Both the photo gallery and the documentary are shot in anamorphic widescreen, while the feature itself can be played in either anamorphic widescreen or full-screen (pan-and-scan) format. --David Horiuchi

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Plano Man on May 17 2004
Format: DVD
On a desolated country highway Darry (Justin Long) and his sister Trish (Gina Philips) are nearly run off the road by The Creeper (Jonathan Breck) in an old beat up truck.
Later they spot The Creeper and see what appears to be a body wrapped in a sheet being thrown down a sewer pipe.
Darry insists that they check it out.
At the bottom of the sewer Darry finds hundreds of dead bodies.
Darry and Trish now become targets of an evil far more unspeakable and unstoppable than they ever imagined.
Rest of the cast includes Patricia Belcher and Eileen Brennan.
When I first saw the previews for Jeepers Creepers I thought the movie looked terrible and the tagline what's eating you? Didn't help matters much.
With nothing to do one night I gave Jeepers Creepers a chance with rather low expectations.
It got off to a fast start and pretty much never let up, it was full of suspense and jolts.
The biggest complaint I hear about Jeepers Creepers, is when we find out who and what the Creeper is.
I do agree that it did hurt the movie a bit. Even when we find out the Creeper is some supernatural demon I was fine with that.
But once he started sprouting wings and when we get a good look at The Creeper that hurt the movie.
The first half of the movie, The Creeper was kept hidden we didn't really see much of him and that worked.
Still with that said Writer/Director Victor Salva does a great job.
The movie was well written and his directing was right on the money.
Salva showed great potential as horror filmmaker, but dropped the ball with Jeepers Creepers 2.
Justin Long and Gina Philips both give great performances.
Despite the 2nd half of Jeepers Creepers, it's still a fun movie that delivers the goods.
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By A Customer on Feb. 20 2005
Format: DVD
When I first watched this movie I didn't know what to expect. I'll start off by giving you a bit of what the story is about.
The movie starts off with a brother and sister driving home from College for spring break. They are taking some desirted highway which is also the long way home. In the car they are playing game with the license plates they see becuase the are obviously bored. Then up behind them comes this speeding beated up truck. It keeps on trying to hit them and then finally it passes. Darry and his sister think nothing of it, until they pass by a boarded up church and see the creeper shoving something down a sewer pipe. They drive by and the creeper comes with his truck and rear-ends them again. Darry and his sister decide to turn back and investigate. Darry falls down the sewer pipe which leads to the church basement. In there he finds hundreds of bodies that are plastered up on the wall. Eventually they leave to find help. When they get it they get it they are told that the church is burning down. From there on in the movie becomes a little boring, all though it has an interesting ending.
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This is a movie you should watch at least twice. Not even because you will be dying to watch it again immidiately, but because you'll need to prepare for what is to come.
The filmmakers did their best effort not to reveal at first what kind of creature we're dealing with. So you start watching a very creepy beginning, in all daylight, not knowing what's chasing the siblings. It has a lot of suspence and in the first half an hour, it will creep you out. At this point you'll think you're dealing with a murderer, but then, surprise, it suddely turns out to be a monster!
That was the filmmakers' surprise. but i don't think that was the right appraoch. After being creeped out for half the movie, it is just a terrible dissapointment to see the monsters face, and it will ruin the rest of the movie.
Then watch it again, and you'll see: if you know you're about to watch a monster movie, and you know what the monster looks like, you can value the rest of the atmosphere, and will notice there is still a lot of suspence left.
I think this is one of the best horror movies made lately, and evrybody should give it a chance.
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Victor Salva's Jeepers Creepers has some things that work and a lot that don't. I found The Creeper much more effective early in the movie when it was just him in his hat and rags, driving his truck. Once he was fully revealed he lost a lot of his menace. The psychic angle was okay to get some back-story into the movie, however she kept telling the kids "you don't understand," but refused to explain. You're right, I don't understand - and while I may fear what I don't understand in other circumstances, here I just got annoyed.
So much of the movie is a mixture of other films that I got frustrated trying to follow it toward the end. Think of it as Duel meets The Birds meets Urban Legend meets The Hitcher meets Silence of the Lambs meets Mimic meets who-knows-what-else.
The movie leaves a lot of questions unanswered, such as: "What is The Creeper?" "Where did it come from?" "Why is Trish willing to sacrifice herself for Darry? (Does it have anything to do with Mr. Poly-Sci-Track-Team Guy?)" and "Are Jezelle's dreams ever wrong?"
The movie does have some redeeming qualities, though. The actors do a good job with their roles; Eileen Brennan gives a delightfully off-center performance as The Cat Lady. The music is effective. There are some good gross-out moments and some good suspense. Unfortunately, the movie is less than the sum of its parts, a disappointing muddle.
This is a good-enough movie for a creature-feature weekend, but don't expect to wear out the laser on your DVD player due to repeat viewings.
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