Summary: It is rare for a sequel to reach as high acclaim as its predecessor, and Jeepers Creepers 2 is no different. Jeepers Creepers 2, though scarier at moments than the original, uses dialogue to push along the story so often it becomes unbelievable. Even more upsetting is the fact that Silva blatantly ignores the most charming aspects of the first movie; the catchy theme song, BEATINGU It is rare for a sequel to reach as high acclaim as its predecessor, and Jeepers Creepers...
Summary: Better than the first thanks to more characters and an exciting storyline as we follow a school bus of footballers cheerleaders stalked by the creeper. There is just as much Horror as the first with a few more kills probably thrown in this one, but props to the opening scene as it really draws you in!
Summary: The Creeper is back, and this time he is after a busload of high school students on their way home from the big game! Can the teens outlast the night and force The Creeper back into a forced hibernation? Unfortunately for us, they can, but not before he tears through more than half of their whiny, over-privileged, and utterly annoying friends on the road to nowhere.
Summary: The first 'Creepers' was good because of the way it built suspense. The sequel here, like many other horror movies these days, makes the mistake of showing us the monster near the beginning and there are no more surprises from that point on.
Summary: The first movie was passable but this sequel was a complete waste of time. I didn't give a damn about any of the characters as they had no development and they scares were spotable from a mile away. very poor effort!