Reviews of the 2003 horror film Jeepers Creepers 2.

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Scott Spicciati's review of the film, "...looks good on the outside, but jeepers creepers, there's nothing on the inside."
Chicago Sun-Times: Jeepers Creepers 2
Roger Ebert's review of the film, "...first-class creature, a fourth-rate story, and dialogue possibly created by feeding the screenplay into a pasta maker."
Cinema Blend: Jeepers Creepers 2
Review by Michael Brody. "...a horror series that is willing to layer subtext beneath a toy-shop full of tricks."
Film Blather: Jeepers Creepers 2
Eugene Novikov reviews the film; "...plays like a manifestation of Salva's unchecked id." Jeepers Creepers 2
A review by Mary-Ann Johanson. "Sometimes bad is bad."
HARO Online: Jeepers Creepers 2
Haro reviews the film: "...doesn't even do a good job of setting up another sequel, which, unfortunately, will probably happen. "
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Review of the movie by Mark Dujsik. "This one is one too many."
Nitrate Online: Jeepers Creepers 2
Gregory Avery's review of the film, "...a fun experience which releases some cathartic chills in us before it's over."
Nothing can fix this flat
Steve Persall of the St. Petersburg Times reviews the movie. "Talk about a lame psycho."
The Phantom Tollbooth: Jeepers Creepers 2
Reviews by Marie Asner and Gareth Von Kallenbach.
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Review of the movie by James Kendrick. "The movie as a whole is, in fact, the very definition of unnecessary."
Reeling Reviews: Jeepers Creepers 2
Reviews from two different viewpoints.
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Review by Dustin Putman. "... nothing more than a joyless, by-the-numbers, paper-thin disappointment."
'Creepers' sequel takes ugly turn
A review by Jon Niccum. "If only Salva hadn't made the movie so emotionally ugly." (August 29, 2003)
It's so bad, it's scary
Claudia Puig's review of the film. "Jeepers, the Creeper has little to recommend it." [USA Today] (August 29, 2003)
Scarier with lights on
Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle reviews the movie. "Once night descends, the film descends with it." (August 29, 2003)
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New York Times critic Dave Kehr reviews the movie. "Even monsters need more than one dimension to make it in the movies." (August 29, 2003)
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