Corrected entry: This huge demon monster flies around and is seen by at least 30 people, and the day after this demon kills all these people. Everyone just goes on with their daily life. Where the hell is the FBI and the National Guard, this thing just killed 10 people and there's no search the next day for this demon that killed about 5 police officers?
Corrected entry: Since when do hell-born freaks have an intuitive knowledge of mechanics? And where did he get the turbo engines and various add-ons needed to reach such high speeds? It's a small rural area and it would look pretty odd if he just strolled into an auto shop and piled the stuff into a trolley.
Corrected entry: The car they are driving changes from an automatic to a manual. She always has a hard time getting it into gear, and when she finally does get it going, you can tell it's an auto.
Corrected entry: When Dari is looking down the pipe you can see a red circle on the side of the pipe, presumably from an LED on the camera at the bottom of the pipe.
Corrected entry: It's ridiculous that a fire door won't open because the power's off. This must be against every fire regulation in the book.
Corrected entry: After the cops have been informed that the demon is coming up the stairs, you can see that most of the cops have automatic weapons and not the pistols that cops from a small town would normally have. They might have had a few but not the ten to twelve they had in the movie.
Corrected entry: What I don't get is how if this monster only comes out every twenty three years he has time to march himself into the license plate office and register a license plate that says "BEATINGU"!
Corrected entry: If the monster in Jeepers Creepers can only survive by consuming body parts of humans where did he get his wings from?
Corrected entry: When Dari is peering down the pipe at the beginning of the film, he cannot see the floor at the bottom. But when he falls down to the floor at the bottom his sister looks down and she can see him, because when he turns his head to look at something she asks him what he is looking at.