Jeepers Creepers Reviews
As long as the film refrains from revealing its monster, Jeepers Creepers builds up a mood of sinister expectation. Once its bat-winged supernatural thingamajig appears, the beast isn't half as horrifying as you imagined.
If the reptile brain in you, that ugly little cluster of cerebral cells where all the destructive urges lie, needs a good jolt, Jeepers Creepers offers you just such a treat.
After introducing a provocative opening, the movie settles in for some pretty cheap scare effects, as well as by-the-numbers computer graphic imagery for the actual marauder.
A standard-issue, ineptly executed serving of the genre's staples, from skeptical cops to an all-knowing psychic, on hand to explain everything about the demonic force behind the body count.
Salva (Powder), directing from his own screenplay, develops Jeepers Creepers in such a way that it offers plenty of shock scares as well as a gradually building sense of menace.