Jeepers Creepers 2


Jeepers Creepers 2

Overview:

After 23 horrifying days of gorging on human flesh, an ancient creature known as the Creeper embarks on a final voracious feeding frenzy, terrorizing a group of varsity basketball players, cheerleaders and coaches stranded on a remote highway when their bus breaks down. The terrified group is forced to come together and do battle against the winged creature hell-bent on completing its grizzly ritual.

Votes 298 (5.5/10)

Runtime: 104 minutes

Release Date 2003-08-08

Budget: $17,000,000.00

Revenue: $63,102,666.00

Tagline: He can taste your fear.

Production company:

  • United Artists
  • American Zoetrope
  • Myriad Pictures
  • Jeepers Creepers II

Production country:

  • United States of America

Genres:

  • Horror
  • Thriller

Trailer

Further Information

Jack Taggart, Sr.
Ray Wise
Ray Wise
The Creeper
Jonathan Breck
Jonathan Breck
Deaundre 'Double D' Davis
Garikayi Mutambirwa
Garikayi Mutambirwa
Scott 'Scotty' Braddock
Eric Nenninger
Eric Nenninger
Jake Spencer
Josh Hammond
Josh Hammond
Minxie Hayes
Nicky Aycox
Nicky Aycox
Rhonda Truitt
Marieh Delfino
Marieh Delfino
Coach Charlie Hanna
Thom Gossom Jr.
Thom Gossom Jr.
Andy 'Bucky' Buck
Billy Aaron Brown
Billy Aaron Brown
Dante Belasco
Al Santos
Al Santos
Kimball 'Big K' Ward
Kasan Butcher
Kasan Butcher
Coach Dwayne Barnes
Tom Tarantini
Tom Tarantini
Jack Taggart, Jr.
Luke Edwards
Luke Edwards
Billy Taggart
Shaun Fleming
Shaun Fleming
Darry Jenner
Justin Long
Justin Long
Bus Driver Betty Borman
Diane Delano
Diane Delano
Executive Producer
Francis Ford Coppola
Francis Ford Coppola
Special Effects Coordinator
John E. Gray
John E. Gray
Executive Producer
Lucas Foster
Lucas Foster
Production Design
Peter Jamison
Peter Jamison
Set Designer
Scott Herbertson
Scott Herbertson
Co-Executive Producer
Philip von Alvensleben
Philip von Alvensleben
Set Decoration
Linda Spheeris
Linda Spheeris
Screenplay
Victor Salva
Victor Salva
Director
Victor Salva
Victor Salva
Characters
Victor Salva
Victor Salva
Producer
Tom Luse
Tom Luse
Second Unit Cinematographer
Tom Luse
Tom Luse
Original Music Composer
Bennett Salvay
Bennett Salvay
Director of Photography
Don E. FauntLeRoy
Don E. FauntLeRoy
Editor
Ed Marx
Ed Marx
Sculptor
Richard Redlefsen
Richard Redlefsen
Prosthetic Supervisor
Richard Redlefsen
Richard Redlefsen
Executive Producer
Kirk D'Amico
Kirk D'Amico
Casting
Aaron Griffith
Aaron Griffith
Unit Production Manager
Debbie Hayn-Cass
Debbie Hayn-Cass
Executive Producer
Bobby Rock
Bobby Rock
Greensman
Noah Plunkett
Noah Plunkett
Propmaker
Richard Cory
Richard Cory
Scoring Mixer
Shawn Murphy
Shawn Murphy
Production Sound Mixer
Steve C. Aaron
Steve C. Aaron
Color Timer
Chris Regan
Chris Regan
Stunt Coordinator
Monty L. Simons
Monty L. Simons
Visual Effects Supervisor
Jonathan Rothbart
Jonathan Rothbart
Costume Design
Jana Stern
Jana Stern
First Assistant Editor
Geraud Brisson
Geraud Brisson
Visual Effects Editor
Geraud Brisson
Geraud Brisson
Art Direction
Nanci Roberts
Nanci Roberts
Executive Visual Effects Producer
Marc Sadeghi
Marc Sadeghi
Property Master
Richard K. Wright
Richard K. Wright
Casting
Linda Phillips-Palo
Linda Phillips-Palo
Set Production Assistant
Joey Banks
Joey Banks
Makeup Artist
Elvis Jones
Elvis Jones
Key Makeup Artist
Elisabeth Fry
Elisabeth Fry
Key Costumer
Claudia Wick
Claudia Wick
Carpenter
Steve Roll
Steve Roll
Post Production Supervisor
Robert Hackl
Robert Hackl
Foley
Ken Dufva
Ken Dufva
CG Supervisor
Kevin Baillie
Kevin Baillie
Supervising Sound Editor
Paul B. Clay
Paul B. Clay
ADR Supervisor
Paul B. Clay
Paul B. Clay
First Assistant Director
Mark Anthony Little
Mark Anthony Little
Digital Compositors
Rainer Gombos
Rainer Gombos
Music Editor
David Bondelevitch
David Bondelevitch
Still Photographer
Gene Page
Gene Page
Hair Department Head
Lori McCoy-Bell
Lori McCoy-Bell
Video Assist Operator
Jimi Johnson
Jimi Johnson
Dolby Consultant
Trevor Ward
Trevor Ward
Sound Effects Editor
Patrick O'Sullivan
Patrick O'Sullivan
Transportation Coordinator
P. Gerald Knight
P. Gerald Knight
Visual Effects Coordinator
Arin Finger
Arin Finger
Lighting Technician
Don Bixby
Don Bixby
Technical Supervisor
Joshua I. Kolden
Joshua I. Kolden
Sound Recordist
Phil Lee
Phil Lee
Makeup Department Head
Brian Penikas
Brian Penikas
Animation Supervisor
Christopher Walsh
Christopher Walsh
Script Supervisor
Patricia A. Fullerton
Patricia A. Fullerton
Gaffer
Louis DiCesare
Louis DiCesare
Orchestrator
Randy Kerber
Randy Kerber
First Assistant Camera
Ron Vargas
Ron Vargas
ADR Editor
Craig A. Dellinger
Craig A. Dellinger
Production Accountant
Mary Sunshine
Mary Sunshine
Art Department Coordinator
dooner
dooner
Construction Coordinator
Todd Young
Todd Young
Construction Foreman
David Ross Lawrence
David Ross Lawrence
Leadman
Tim Scheu
Tim Scheu
Standby Painter
Jesse Valdez
Jesse Valdez
Camera Operator
Gavin Aims
Gavin Aims
Set Dresser
Zachary Alex
Zachary Alex
Armorer
Tony Swatton
Tony Swatton
Craft Service
Richard Cody
Richard Cody
Driver
Chris Walden
Chris Walden
Loader
Season FauntLeRoy
Season FauntLeRoy
Post Production Assistant
Yuko Takeshita
Yuko Takeshita
Set Medic
Sam M. Cobb
Sam M. Cobb
Stunts
Chris Blackwood
Chris Blackwood
Telecine Colorist
George Koran
George Koran
Unit Publicist
Maxine Leonard
Maxine Leonard
Utility Stunts
Steven Leavitt
Steven Leavitt
Dialogue Editor
Michael P. Cook
Michael P. Cook
Best Boy Electric
Sean P. Fickert
Sean P. Fickert
Electrician
Tim Durr
Tim Durr
Rigging Grip
Chad C. Barrow
Chad C. Barrow
Casting Associate
Debbie Rothstein
Debbie Rothstein
Executive In Charge Of Production
Deborah Reissman
Deborah Reissman
Location Manager
Kristi Frankenheimer
Kristi Frankenheimer
Production Coordinator
Leslie Silvey
Leslie Silvey
Boom Operator
Dan Whiting
Dan Whiting
Assistant Sound Editor
Nick Clay
Nick Clay
Sound Engineer
John Rotondi
John Rotondi
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Robby Bartholomew
Robby Bartholomew
Visual Effects
YouJin Choung
YouJin Choung
Visual Effects Producer
Luke O'Byrne
Luke O'Byrne
Key Grip
Charles John Bukey
Charles John Bukey
Second Assistant Director
Danny Green
Danny Green
Animal Coordinator
Catherine Pittman
Catherine Pittman
Dolly Grip
Alan Shultz
Alan Shultz
Title Designer
Melissa Elliott
Melissa Elliott
Assistant Property Master
Lorne Grant
Lorne Grant
Grip
Henry L. Bukey
Henry L. Bukey
Musician
Steve Becknell
Steve Becknell
CG Animator
Moonsung Lee
Moonsung Lee

VolcanoAl

I loved the way this & the original were both the same " feeding".The end was great as the old man waited with his harpoon/pole puncher in his rocking chair.Waiting for his next awakening. The car scene & his smile made him a great like Jason or Freddie.The new one is a great idea.23 yr.s for 23 days he feasts.It's about time!!!

John Chard

We are trapped in a broken down school bus out on East 9. And something is going to kill us if we don't get help out here right away! Plot finds the demon known as The Creeper (Jonathan Breck), still having a little time left for feeding and harvesting human parts before his 23 year hibernation. A buffet bar of high school kids on a bus returning from a basketball match are now in his sights. But an avenging father played by Ray Wise is willing to take the fight to the monster. It's a simple as it sounds, really. Creeper picks off various members of the bus, which is the usual array of annoyingly obnoxious teenagers. The tension comes from wondering who is next in line, all while the fractured group (racial/sexuality tensions) try to come up with some sort of plan to survive until help arrives. Logically it's a laughable nightmare and goofs aplenty are within, but there's a neat gory "B" movie vibe about it driving it forward. Plus there's more of Creeper in flying mode and a bad ass Ray Wise to root for. After the success of the first Jeepers Creepers film it was inevitable that a sequel would follow. With a little sadness we find that this sequel fails to capture the strengths that made the first film a refreshing horror joltathon. But regardless it still has some merits for a fun horror time waster. 6/10

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