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Jeepers Creepers (Widescreen/Full Screen) [Import]

3.1 out of 5 stars 400 customer reviews

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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: Jan. 8 2002
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars 400 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00005RHGK
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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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Format: DVD
Trish and her brother Darry are traveling home from college for spring break. As they drive down a lonely country highway an old rusty truck tries to run them off the road. The vehicle eventually passes them. Later they see the same truck parked next to an abandoned church with a creepy looking figure throwing what appears to be a bodies wrapped in bloodstained sheets down a large pipe sticking out of the ground. The menacing figure spots them and proceeds to chase them a second time. In desperation Darry drives off the road into a field, which somehow dissuades the villain in his pursuit. This encapsulates the first thirteen minutes of the movie. It was by far the most interesting and scary part of the film. After that the film begins its inexorable descent into horror story mediocrity, with maybe one or two short stops (like the cat lady) along the way. The bodies under the church are fake looking and preposterous. The creature is a let-down. Gina Philips and Justin Long work well as the brother and sister.
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By E. Valero TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 25 2015
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Two charming siblings, Trish and Darry (Gina Philips and Juston Long) are returning home from college and driving down one of those long, lonesome, country roads (the ones that are so commonplace in horror films). They witness a man throwing bodies down a drainage pipe at the back of an old church and in an act of absolute stupidity, Darry (the dumber of the two), decides to investigate. He soon discover hundreds of perfectly preserved *dead* bodies all stitched up and artistically spread out throughout a dusty, dark cellar. His nosiness fuels the wrath of the killer who isn't a man at all but some sort of monstrous, murderous demon who has risen from the depths of the earth to feed on human flesh.

I must frankly state that it was very difficult for me to feel sorry for the two main characters. Although they were both youthful, attractive and somewhat likable, it was their foolishness that got them in trouble in the first place. I am no expert in profiling but the film still begs me to ask the question: What part of the man's appearance/demeanor had they not mistaken for a vicious killer? He was only about 10 feet tall, was wearing a freakish, dusty, moth worn hat, a Jack The Ripper-ish over coat and was clearly dumping bodies (most likely dead bodies) into a drainage pipe. And let's not forget his mode of transportation and really bad driving skills.

With that said, at the time of its release in 2001, "Jeepers Creepers", directed by the controversial and notorious Victor Salva, was one of the more original horror films. It has good performances by its young cast, some built up tension and a very mysterious killer. Although the film follows the typical slasher movie formula, it rises above most due to its enigmatic and supernatural storyline.
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If you love movie monsters, this will freak you out!

I have known nurses/female care-aides that prefer slasher pictures to monster movies. And, to be frank, I can't understand peoples love of psychotic gore feasts. Yes, it is scary. But it is so because it does happen and I won't name the movies. The absolutely great thing about monster movies at their very best is they won't happen. That -- is what makes them so exciting, as perverse as this sentiment may seem to you.

This concept is so out there it is beyond the Wes Craven films.. this bodes well for writer/director Victor Salva. I hope to see more of him. As for exec producer Francis Ford Coppola, I can't help speculate this is the horror film he wished he had helmed!
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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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