Jeepers Creepers: Reborn
                      review by Bobby Blakey

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There are so many horror franchises out there, but there are only a handful that manage to stand the test of time and establish themselves in with the big ones. In 2001 director Victor Salva brought his new creature feature Jeepers Creepers to the big screen. The film was a big enough to spawn two sequel in 2003 and 2017 that brought more terror from the creeper, but mixed reviews from the fans. Salva has been hit with much controversy that has in turn affected the franchise, but now Iron Sky director Timo Vuorensola has kicked off a new planned trilogy with Jeepers Creepers: Reborn that is meant to be separate from the original films.   

 

Jeepers Creepers: Reborn follows the Horror Hound Festival as it holds its first ever event in Louisiana, where it attracts hundreds of geeks, freaks and die-hard horror fans from far and wide. Among them is fan boy Chase and his girlfriend Laine, who is visiting a festival of this kind for the first time. But as the event approaches, Laine begins to experience unexplained premonitions and disturbing visions associated with the town’s past, and in particular, local legend/urban myth The Creeper. As the festival arrives and the blood-soaked entertainment builds to a frenzy, Laine believes that something unearthly has been summoned…and that she is at the cen