Jeepers Creepers 2

Jeepers Creepers 2 (2003)

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Corrected entry: When Rhonda, Izzy, and Big D are being chased by the demon in the truck at the end, why does Izzy throw Rhonda out of the truck? First, being thrown out of the truck the way she was, she would have hit her head and broken her neck, but she instead rolled out. Second, by being thrown out at all at the speed they were going, she would have definitely been killed. Third, why was she thrown out at all? And why wasn't Big D killed but Izzy was?

Correction: She was thrown out because Izzy was going to put the brakes on so the Creeper goes through the window, so he didn't want to hurt her. Izzy wasn't killed because he crawled out after the truck was flipped - you have to look closely at the truck when it's upside down.

Corrected entry: This is something that occured to me: It seems that when the Creeper loses a body part, it can only be replaced, but not grown back. Instead of the farmer putting the pieces back together, so he'll be ready to stop the Creeper when it returns 23 years later, why not cut the Creeper's body into pieces and then keep them seperate, and therefore prevent its return? This seems like a much safer idea to me.

Correction: Taggart wants the Creeper to return in one full piece so he can fight it again to revenge his son's death; or he wants people to come see it to believe the stories about the Creeper. Either way, it's plausible.

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Corrected entry: In the scene where the white coach is outside the bus looking for the black coach after the flares have been dropped, look in the top center of the screen. Off in the distance, on the top of the hill, you can see police cars with flashing lights, obviously where the road has been shut off for shooting the scene.

Correction: There's certainly a flickering light of some sort, but there's no indication that there is a hill of any kind there - it's just too far away to tell. The light isn't broad red-and-blue flashing like police lights but an inconsistent white and maybe green light in a small triangle-shaped pattern. It's impossible to say that this is a police roadblock, maybe a radio antenna.


Corrected entry: When the bus driver reaches out to touch the four pronged spike thing that punctured the tire she barely touches it and cuts her hand, but the man who touches it next pulls on it hard to remove it from the tire and doesn't get cut, and he has his hand around the same part that cut the bus driver.

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Correction: They don't grab it in the same place. The driver grasps one of the prongs and gets cut. The next man holds it not by the prongs but the grip in the center, which is not sharp. His palm touches the flat part of the prong and isn't cut while he pulls it out. He continues to hold it very gingerly so the prongs don't cut him while they examine it.


Corrected entry: The Farmer would be at least twice as strong as the cheerleader who stabbed the Creeper through a bus roof into his back. Yet at the end when the Creeper is wounded badly, he has trouble puncturing his skin.

Correction: Taggart has no trouble puncturing the Creeper's skin, he has trouble puncturing its rib cage. Shots on the Creeper's chest show that the spear has gone through its skin but only a few inches into the chest. In an incredible stroke of luck, Rhonda's javelin punched through the Creeper's eye socket (where his skull is weak) and out the back of his head (where the curvature acts like an arch that is easier to puncture from underneath), making it much easier to break whatever skeletal structure he has. The torso skeleton is tougher, that's all.


Corrected entry: On the bus after the first blowout, when Izzy yells "Poho update." The camera moves back towards Scott, you can see the back of the bus (under the emergency door) has been removed, presumably for shooting through.


Correction: The floor of the bus is intact. The only oddity is that the emergency door has two windows, one above and one below. Both windows have dirt on them and are lined with rubber, so they appear to be normal parts of the bus. I don't see anything else this could refer to.


Corrected entry: After the first tire blows, we see Chelsea using a mobile phone, looking like she's texting someone, but a few scenes later we're told there's no reception where the bus has stopped. How can she text with no reception, and if she isn't texting, why would she be checking her phone reception before anyone else even knows why the bus has stopped?


Correction: All we see her doing is punching buttons. She could be bored and playing a game, looking through her phonebook, messing with options, etc. Chelsea doesn't do or say anything that indicates she's trying to communicate with someone or checking reception.


Corrected entry: It's obvious that the hole in the roof created by the Creeper's hand would only have fit Bucky's head. Later he fits his whole body in it.

Correction: Either the Creeper only wanted to eat something in Bucky's head and would have been satisfied to tear it off his body or it was depending on using its strength to haul Bucky through and tear the hole wider in the process. Later the Creeper grabs Bucky through a different hole close to the middle of the bus that is much larger, made when it crashed on the roof.


Corrected entry: After the first tire blows Chelsea is using a mobile phone, but right after Izzy yells "Poho update." the camera moves slowly down the bus and her phone has disappeared. She wasn't off-screen long enough to put it away.


Correction: We see her holding it extended in her right hand and punching buttons, probably playing a game. When the camera comes back to her, her hands are offscreen and the absence of the phone cannot be verified.


Corrected entry: A bus roof that can support the weight of 6 athletes gives way easily to a javelin wielded by a cheerleader? Not very likely.


Correction: The athletes are spread out over the entire roof. Cheerleaders usually have a good bit of muscle from constant practice, plus this one's powered by adrenaline. The javelin is pointy and focuses the force much more than a large person does.


Corrected entry: When the old couple pass the bus, they are going in the opposite direction to it. When Taggart finds their car later on, he keeps going in the same direction they had been (away from the bus), judging by the tire tracks leading off the road, so how does he ever find the kids?


Correction: The Creeper attacked the old couple from above (evidenced by tearing off the roof) and the driver pulled the steering wheel all the way to the left trying to toss it off, throwing the car into a U-turn that ended in a tree on the other side of the road (the tracks to the crash are curved, not straight). Thus it faces backward when Taggart finds it and he can find the bus by going that direction.


Corrected entry: When the kids' face gets covered in blood, he tries to wipe it of, smearing it all over his face and hair. Later on his face is entirely clean, with a small bloody spot only. There is no way you get blood of your skin with a dry cloth only, and specially not in that amount of time with better things to do.


Correction: He's disgusted and terrified by the fact that he has a dead man's blood covering his face, so it's an extremely high priority from his point of view. A cloth wet with spit or a water bottle (common on a team's bus) would work well enough to remove it.


Corrected entry: How does the Creeper have any trouble lifting Bucky or the assistant coach, when we later see that it is strong enough to lift a truck right off the road?


Correction: It lifts the truck off the road while in flight. It doesn't use its wings to pull up the victims.

Corrected entry: The first time the bus has stopped, Betty is on the bus every scene we see trying to raise someone over the radio, so how can she be standing behind the tree smoking with the cheerleaders? The time between the various scenes at the bus isn't long enough for her to get off, have a cigarette and get back on again.


Correction: Between when all the players get off the bus (the last time Betty is seen on the radio) and when the cheerleaders are discovered smoking, the coach moves from just outside the bus door all the way around to the rear driver's side, so obviously some time has passed. We have no idea how much time. Betty isn't seen again until after the players' conversation, so she had time to get back as well.


Corrected entry: When the tyre of the bus blows out, the sharp object that caused the puncture is on the inside of the rubber, sticking out.


Correction: As seen in Minxie's dream, the Creeper throws it ahead of the bus. It goes into the tyre at an angle and sticks out.

Corrected entry: When the Creeper has been stabbed in the head it flies away and a few moments later it falls down on the bus, breaking all windows. After that, a few scenes later the kids all want to get out of the bus, but the door is blocked. They all start to panic and try to open the door. Since all the windows were broken, they could have gone off the bus through the broken windows.

Correction: First of all, the window openings are almost completely bordered with broken glass. It would probably be safety glass, being a school bus, but is broken glass ever really appealing to squeeze by? Secondly, the window openings really aren't that big, so even if there wasn't broken glass it would be a very tight fit and would take too much time to squeeze through.

Corrected entry: If this one is supposedly within the same 23 days as the first movie, why is that he can fly around in this movie but had to drive that big panel truck in the first one?


Correction: He could fly also in the first movie, he only did it after they realized who he was. He just used the truck to scare them and not to seem as obvious.

Correction: The creature also is desperate for organs since the second film takes place right as the 23 days are up, so he isn't as concerned with secrecy as he is in the first film.

Corrected entry: In the scene where the Creeper pulls the pole out of his head and then flies up in the air and falls back down and slams into the bus, all of the side windows on the bus break and he even leaves a hole on top of the bus. If he slams into the bus with that much power wouldn't the windshield and the emergency exit windows also break?

Correction: No. It all has to do with the arch framework the bus has. If you bend the arch, anything around the arch would be affected (hence the windows). The door is not a part of the frame. There is enough space and rubber bumper between the frame and the door for its window not to be affected during the strike. The front and back of the bus are not part of the arch but welded on (similar to a soda can - dent the side of the can and the lid(s) wouldn't be affected). The windshield is made of the common coated proof glass. The doors - plexi glass for safety. The side windows tempered glass which is meant to shatter. Check the automobile safety manual for the reasons why.

Corrected entry: The bus is heading east. The second time it breaks down, they encounter a man in a car heading west who promises to send help. Later in the movie, that same car has been attacked, and the car and the skid marks leading off the road are headed east, not west as they should be.

Correction: The driver could have turned his vehicle around during the chase in order to get away. Another possibility is that without a driver (because the creeper got him) the steering wheel would normally turn and hence the vehicle could circle itself.

Corrected entry: The kids on the bus make a comment about it being hours since the creeper was there but when the farmer finds the station wagon it still has smoke/steam coming from the front. After a couple hours I wouldn't think there would be any steam coming out as the engine would have cooled off by then.


Correction: We don't know exactly when the Creeper attacked the old couple. It can fly pretty fast, and there was a large gap of time when it wasn't attacking the kids. It's possible it had only crashed the car a few minutes before Taggart finds it.


Corrected entry: When the farmers other son shows him the Creepers knife, he throws it at the lamp. The lamp is pinned to the wall and you also hear the bulb shatter, yet the light of the lamp is still on.

Correction: The bulb doesn't shatter, the knife knocks the lamp into the shelf, and a picture falls off the shelf and shatters.


Corrected entry: The old truck was pulled and dragged by the winged monster to the point of flipping and crashing, yet a little later the father is seen shooting at the monster again with the "Post Puncher" homemade harpoon gun mounted on the same truck (which also had to be driven a little distance, by the way, to get to the different location on the field).

Correction: The truck didn't explode or anything. It just got rolled onto its side. they could have pushed it back over and driven it. It may not run or drive like a Caddy but it'll still drive as long as the drivetrain is intact.


Corrected entry: When the 3 people are in that yellow truck, 2 in the front and one in the back, in the open bit, the truck flips over, and when it does, you can easily see there is nobody in the back of the truck. Later we see the person in the back of the truck lying about 20 feet to the side of the truck, so he flew 20 feet in the totally wrong direction, as he would have been thrown forwards

Correction: If you watch the film and slow it down you will see that the black kid in the truck's bed does in fact get tossed.

Corrected entry: At the end when the creeper 'dies', he is missing an arm and a wing. But when the three kids go to see 'the bat out of hell' at the very end, they have been sown back on. The farmer must have gone searching for it. Quite gross dont you think?

Correction: The farmer is showing the corpse for profit, to make more money he would need all of the body parts.

Corrected entry: In the scene when the kids are turning up the radio to hear the "news" about the church (in the first Jeepers Creepers) still finding bodies, why would it be broadcasting anyway? Its 23 years later. It doesn't take that long to bring out 300 bodies.

Correction: This new movie takes place right after the last. They would still be getting the bodies and looking for more.


Corrected entry: When the first tyre gets popped, the bus driver says to a guy that they should keep on moving, and they have another 5 wheels left. Later on we see the bus from the side, and it has 2 wheels on each side. So there's 4 wheels in total, so they would only have 3 wheels left. Why would the driver say they have 5?

Correction: The bus has two axles and six tires. The front axle has one tire per side and the back axle has two. One of the tires on the back right side of the vehicle was damaged, but the other one on that side of the axle was still functional.

Corrected entry: The students discover that the Creeper has jammed both the front and back doors of the bus from the outside. They manage to open the front but leave the back. A few scenes later, the guy with glasses runs back onto the bus very quickly via the back door.

Correction: He doesn't enter through the back of the bus, he enters through the hole that the 'Bat out of Hell' made when he tried to snatch a kid.

Corrected entry: In the scene at the end of the movie when the Creeper is hanging on the wall, he has both legs but just minutes before it had one of it's legs cut off.

Correction: The leg is not connected to the creeper's body. It is nailed to the wall.

Corrected entry: In the first movie, the old black lady says that when you hear the song "jeepers creepers" or something like that, the creeper is coming for someone. How come they didn't play the song in the second movie?

Correction: The old woman says that she has had a vision in which that song is played. She never states that the song must play before he hunts.


Correction: The song was only relevant to the first film because it foreshadowed Darry's fate in the end. There is no reason for the song to play in the second movie as Darry has already met his end.

Corrected entry: The Creeper looses its wings at the end in the car explosion but in the last scene, we see him mounted on a wall with both his wings back. If he needs to eat a body part in order to have it, where did these extra wings come from?

Correction: The farmer had picked up the wings and had mounted them with the Creeper. They're not attached, just mounted.

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When Bucky jumps on the hood of the bus to get back in, the Creeper flies from in front of the moon towards the bus causing all the kids to run away. Bucky can still be seen staying put on the hood when they run - however in the next shot of all the kids running you see him at the front of the pack which would have not been possible given that he didn't run right away.



The sticker on the bumper of the car that gets the roof pulled off reads "I'm not a complete idiot, some parts are missing" It echoes how the Creepers' victims are described on the radio report, not one complete body as they all have one or more parts missing.