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Jeepers Creepers 3 (film review)




Film: Jeepers Creepers 3
Year: 2017
Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Starring: Stan Shaw, Gabrielle Haugh, Brandon Smith
About: Sheriff Dan Tashtego and a team of creeper hunters enlist the help of officer Davis Tubbs to help stop the monster's eating spree.

My Review: 
Jeepers Creepers 3 is more of a transition film between the first and second film starting exactly where the first one ended and ending exactly as one of the boys go onto the school bus like in the second movie. 
This film is more about Jeepers Creepers himself and showing how he is able to catch the people in which he is tracking down. As well as this you are able to see how a woman has a part of Jeepers Creepers that is able to look into his history and figure out the way of possibly destroying him. This did annoy me however as during this you see that two of the characters are able to see into his past but does not show the audience anything at all or really tell you anything about the past that they were shown. As well as this they destroy the hand in which shows them the Jeepers Creepers past making noone else able to see about him and really questions if the audience will ever know more about his past. It was a good film though and one that shows how the Jeepers Creepers van works and all the traps it has inside of it as well as outside.
The ending did show that there will be a forth movie however and based after the next 23 years and the new cycle for his feasting. I am looking forward to seeing this and hope that they look further into his past so that the audience is able to understand the Jeepers Creepers more than just him feasting every 23 years on people who have what he is needing. 


I rate this movie a 3/5!!

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  1. Excellent review, I will watch this in the cinemas

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    1. It had just went onto DVD, I hope you like the film when you see it

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