Fourthly, I guess the costume department ran out of cash because every other guy in this film had no shirt on (The Arrow touches upon this at length in his review). I wouldn’t mind that so much if only there were one sexy chick in the movie, but no. Another horror movie rule broken: Three girls - all average looking. Not cool Salva, not cool. When all is said and done, this movie is just dreadfully unoriginal. No real laughs, no real scares and nothing really to distinguish itself from other horror flicks. What’s more, the Creeper, for the most part, just carries away his victims and flies off with them. Hey, where’s the gore dude?! Where’s the blood and bludgeoning? Salva dropped the ball on many horror “musts” in my opinion and that’s really why I can’t wholeheartedly recommend this for anyone looking to be thrilled or chilled. JEEPERS CREEPERS 2 won’t deliver on many levels and that’s why it barely got 2 stars from this DVD creep.
Audio Commentary with Director Victor Salva & Cast: Salva brought together most of the cast to join him on the “fun”. It’s usually "the more, the merrier", but these guys aren’t exactly the cleverest bunch, so a barrel of laughs this ain’t. They do get the facts out though which I suppose is the point of a commentary track.
Audio commentary with Jonathan Breck (The Creeper) & Crew: Breck, Brad Parker (production illustrator) and Brian Penikas (special effects & makeup) get together and bore you to hell. Not very interesting.
Lights, Camera, Creeper (approx. 15 min.): A simple “making of” with the usual behind-the-scenes shenanigans which includes interviews with the cast & crew. Check out director Salva though, the man looks scarier than The Creeper!
Creeper Creation (approx. 12 min.): How they brought The Creeper to life. You’ve seen this all before.
Creeper Composer (approx. 9 min.): The composer shares with us his thoughts and trials during his time creating music for the film. Yawn!
Digital Effects (approx. 5 min.): CGI man, CGI. How computers made The Creeper look even less scary than he already was.
A Day in Hell (Documentary – approx. 26 min.): Salva lets a camera follow him around for a whole day of shooting so we can be witness to all of the dilemmas a director must face when directing a movie. Pretty interesting stuff if you’re into the ins and outs of the filmmaking process.
Deleted Scenes, Moments & Lines (approx. 15 min.): What the shit is this? This whole thing plays in one shot with all the cut & alternate scenes put together. Were they too lazy to make a nice listing of them all for me to choose from? If they’re too lazy to do that, then I’m too lazy to count them! I’m not lazy enough to deduct points for this travesty though. Bad move, guys.
The Creeper’s Lair & Ventriloquist Creeper: Two short storyboarded scenes that weren’t filmed. For film students only.
We also get a Photo Gallery, Behind-The-Scenes Photo Gallery as well as Trailers & Other MGM Releases.