Jeepers Creepers: Reborn (2022) Review

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Jeepers Creepers: Reborn (2022) Review

Horrorific content by angie on November 16th, 2022 | Movie Review | Slasher, Survival, Tourist, Thriller, Supernatural Serial Killer, Thrill Kill

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It's about a couple who travel to a horror festival in Louisiana and are terrorized by the legendary Creeper.

Jeepers Creepers: Reborn was directed by Timo Vuorensola and stars Gabriel Freilich.

Jeepers Creepers: Reborn (2022) Review

Dee Wallace is an excellent actress, and it's great to see her in a leading role in a film. The new Jeepers Creepers: Reborn movie is one hour and thirty-five minutes long. We also see a different truck for a moment - a less creepy one. Dee Wallace is an experienced actress who has dealt with challenging on-screen situations, including werewolves and Cujo. She provides an excellent example for other actors to follow. Ronald and Marie are the first two people to encounter the Creeper. Graham plays Ronald, and Wallace plays Marie. They are both shocked and terrified by the creature.

We finally saw Gina Philips return as Trish Jenner in this short film. Sean-Michael Argo wrote it, and Timo Vuorensola directed it. Some of you may have been wondering when we'd see Trish again. But, unfortunately, things happened, and they took a different path without getting into it.

Chase and Laine are driving, and Chase is watching videos about the Creeper, a legendary creature that returns every 23 years to feed. Laine's visions are strange, and the special effects and makeup are excellent, but it's in a different realm than the Creeper. The trauma that human beings go through isn't worth anything that could make it worse, so I will say that.

Chase and Laine arrive at the Horror Hound festival and are amazed by what they see. However, they soon realize that something is very wrong. Finally, Chase is ready to watch T.V. Laine is dressed in various costumes, including Harley Quinn and Edward Scissorhands. Of course, this person has their Halloween costume all set - a Horror Hound t-shirt. The camera work is excellent, and there's an exciting story to go along with it. I'm sorry that the flashbacks and other elements don't seem to fit together well.

Laine still has strange dreams and sees things she can't explain. She also forgot about the pregnancy test she took a few days ago. Finally, we meet The Creeper; Jarreau Benjamin is playing him now. First, there's the truck, the infamous Creeper truck. Next, a priest is protesting the event. He's upset because he feels it's wrong to celebrate something like this.

Laine and Chase participate in a cosplay event and win a contest. Things get a little crazy after that. The people who are really into The Creeper want him to have a lot to eat! I guess they want to make sure he's well-fed. But they need to get their act together.

The Creeper setting up traps in the house is reminiscent of the Saw movies. Laine could be the last person alive in this movie. The others have been waiting for her for a long time, and the "priest" may not be who he seems. If someone is chasing you with the intent to kill you, don't bother looking for a peephole to see if they're coming.

Worth Watching? 

Imran Adams and Sydney Craven are excellently playing Chase and Laine. Peter Brooke is playing Stu. A sequel to this film is in the works. The Creeper is more exposed in this one due to the Horror Hound event. The cast did a phenomenal job, and the special effects were astounding. They added a considerable amount to the movie. Check out Jeepers Creepers: Reborn.

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