Jeepers Creepers 2

Continuity mistake: 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.

jerimiah

Plot hole: When everyone runs from the school bus, there are about 20 students running into the field, but when we see them again there are only 4 survivors running from the school bus. It is never explained what happened to the rest of the students.

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Suggested correction: There is a quick aerial shot of the Creeper flying over the field, where you see a large group of the students running right before he takes Scotty. They were trying to reach a farmhouse they figured was nearby. It already killed some of the people it picked out and most of the remaining ones were in the group it turned its attention to (Bucky was the only one it selected that stayed in the bus), so it isn't much of a stretch to believe that it may have decided to disregard the larger group and they made it to safety since it was more interested in the smaller group.

dewinela

Factual error: In the beginning of the movie, it states that every 23rd Spring, for 23 days it eats. I am no farmer, but isn't there that saying KNEE HIGH BY FORTH OF JULY? From the looks of that corn, it looks like it is October or even November...Definately NOT SPRING in TEXAS.

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Trivia: 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.

troy fox

Trivia: The tree that the station wagon has crashed into is the same one the cheerleaders were smoking behind earlier in the movie after the Creeper stopped the bus there. Weird coincidence - maybe the Creeper likes that spot?

Shay

Jake: That thing is gone, man. I'm willing to bet money on it.
Izzy Bohen: You willing to bet stepping off this bus, because that's the real bet.

Coach Dwayne Barnes: What happened? What did you see?
Jake: What'd you see?
Coach Dwayne Barnes: Come on! Did you see something or not?
Jake: She flew away.

Jonny Young: You gotta be.
Buck: ...fucking kidding me.

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Question: When the Creeper lands on top of the bus, you can see he is missing his right wing and his left arm is mangled to the bone. After eating Dante's head, he flies away with two wings and both arms. However, he didn't eat either of Dante's arms and there weren't any extra wings lying around to eat. So how did he get his left arm and right wing back? (00:53:55)

Super.Genius.Infinity.Squared

Answer: Eating human flesh helps the Creeper regenerate his whole body, no matter which part he ate.

Celldweller55

Question: It's mentioned in a correction that Izzy is killed in the crash. Why is this said when he can be seen crawling away from the crash just before Double D has the showdown with the Creeper.

Chosen answer: The car explodes a while after it crashed, too fast for Izzy to get away.

Question: In the first movie there was a song that played every time the creature was about to attack. Does anyone know why the filmmakers decided not to play that song in the second movie?

Chosen answer: It could be any number of things. The artist in question could have refused to allow them to use the song. In The Fast And The Furious, they had the name "NOS" on the nitrous. But in all other films in the series it is known as "N2O" as NOS didn't want it in the films anymore.

Ssiscool Premium member

Answer: The song "Jeepers Creepers" was only relevant to the first movie, and not the second, because it foreshadowed the ending. The song didn't have anything to do with the creature about to strike, it had to do with a vision the resident psychic Jezelle (who only appears in the first film) saw involving the song, a vision that eventually came true. The song was a subtle hint about Darry's fate, which is why it played several times.

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