Jeepers Creepers

Factual error: When the kids are getting hit from behind by the truck, cut to a side shot of them in the car, the boy's body moves forward, while the girl's body is more properly propelled in a backward motion relative to the car. This happens several times.

Factual error: When the Creeper eats the policeman's heart, there is nothing blocking the hole - the tissue above the heart should have collapsed downwards.

Factual error: When the Creeper takes Darry, they are on at least the second story of the building. However Trish can get out to the front of the police station in the time it takes the police to get from one side of the room to the other. (01:17:00)

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Continuity mistake: When Darry falls down the pipe the ground is clear, and he walks about 10 steps to the body in the sheet. However the wrapped up body should have been at the bottom on the pipe, where the boy fell, unless the body was able to move 15 ft on its own.

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Trish: The first time I heard that story, I used to think this would be the road I'd die on.

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Trivia: In the final shot, the Creeper's eye looking through one of the holes of dead Darry is Justin Long's eye. (Confirmed on the DVD commentary).

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Question: Where would the monster get the fuel for his vehicle? Surely he wouldn't be fueling up at the gas stations.

Answer: There's no reason he couldn't use a gas station. In the dark he just looks like a guy with dark skin, unkempt hair, and a trench coat. Even if somebody does get close enough to get a good look at him, he would easily kill them to keep his secret.

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