Jeepers Creepers 3

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Jeepers Creepers 3
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Genre: Horror
Photography: Color
Running Time: 100 minutes
Country: United States
Release Date: September 26, 2017
Directed by: Victor Salva
Written by: Victor Salva
Distributed by: Screen Media Films
Starring: Jonathan Breck
Meg Foster
Gabrielle Haugh
Chester Rushing
Stan Shaw
Brandon Smith
Gina Phillips
Previous film: Jeepers Creepers (chronologically)
Next film: Jeepers Creepers 2 (chronologically)

Jeepers Creepers 3 is the 2017 long awaited third installment in the Jeepers Creepers film series written and directed by Victor Salva. It was released in theaters on September 26, 2017 for a limited time.

Why It Sucks

  1. False advertising. For many years, while it was in development, it was stated that the film would reveal the Creeper's origin. The characters in the film learn it, but they never tell the audience.
  2. Related to the above, the way they have the characters find out what the Creeper's origin is, while not telling the audience, coupled with the film's sequel hook, when the next film probably won't come out for years, if at all, comes off as the film's creators taunting the audience.
  3. Some of the special effects are awful!
  4. A good chunk of the characters are either unlikable or forgettable.
  5. The film isn't a sequel. It takes place in between 1 and 2. Because of this, we know that the Creeper will still be alive at the end. This and the fact that it doesn't reveal the Creeper's origin, makes the film entirely pointless.
  6. The film focuses on killing the Creeper, however, it can't die regardless.
  7. The Creeper doesn't get much screentme in this one.
  8. They changed the Creeper's outfit by giving him a red shirt, which makes him look more comical and less frightening.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Jonathan Breck returns to portray the Creeper again.
  2. The Creeper Truck was given a bit of development.
  3. You actually would be able to clearly see the Creeper at day-light rather than seeing it constantly when it's dark/night.


  • Victor Salva originally intended to include a scene where the characters discuss a teenage girl who was molested by her stepfather, with one of them expressing sympathy for the stepfather instead of the girl, saying she's so pretty that you can't blame him. This scene becomes extremely disturbing when you consider the fact that Victor Salva was convicted of molesting a child.

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