Jeepers Creepers Reborn – Official Trailer



Special Three-Night Fan Event September 19, 20, and 21 Only in Theaters

Timo Vuorensola’s highly anticipated new chapter in the Jeepers Creepers franchise Jeepers Creepers Reborn will come to audiences via a three-night fan premiere event offered exclusively through Fathom Events nationwide.

Jeepers Creepers Reborn unfolds as the Horror Hound Festival 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 fanboy Chase and his girlfriend Laine, who is forced to come along for the ride. 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 center of it.

Jeepers Creepers Reborn is directed by Timo Vuorensola (Iron Sky), written by Jake Seal and Sean-Michael Argo and produced by Michael Ohoven and Jake Seal. The film stars Imran Adams, Sydney Craven, Gabriel Freilich and Pete Brooke with Gary Graham and Dee Wallace.

28 comments

  1. Wtf is thissssss man? 😖
    This doesn’t look good at all. I’m so disappointed with this trailer. 3 ruined it already. At this point I’d rather it be left alone, I’m so sad about this 😖

  2. I just want to know where it came from, nothing more nothing less. I don’t need to know how to kill it, what it is, just where is it from…that is all

  3. Black man white gf. No thanks. Once again then msm pushing a agenda. How many films or even adverts with a black woman and and white man

  4. I mean I guess well have to see when its out. Was hoping for a continuation of 2, but maybe it is?

  5. You know what annoys me about trailers now days. They are all the same quick flashing click from one clip the other with music bump. Like damn

  6. I know people are having their doubts about the movie, but it kind of gives off Jeepers Creepers 2 vibes. Instead of being trapped in a bus, their trapped in a house.

  7. Not convinced at all, looks like a horror/slasher/teenagers movie like so many with this trailer

  8. looks bad, im wondering these guys even watched the first or second movie? the atmosphere is so dark and curious, do it better…

  9. So we never get to see him return after the climax of number 2? Fucking lame

    Yeah I'm about done with this genre. We peaked after the late 80's-early 2000's. No real thrillers, no terror, no ACTUAL horror. Just gore and jump scares. The last decent horror movies I saw were The Void and Antlers but honestly both lost steam halfway through.

    (Side note: HIGHLY suggest you guys read the short story "The Quiet Boy" by Nick Antosca. WAYY better than Antlers. It's like comparing the book version of Pet Cemetary to the film. The original movie was okay but pale in comparison.)

    It's cool if you're a kid but I remember when they didn't even have to show SHIT and just the atmosphere of a film was enough to send you running to the hills…. Nowadays it's the same recycled formula. Gore gore gore, jumpscare, protagonist wins (usually lone white dude or Karen) and all the actors are forgettable one hits… Started noticing this decline around the Paranormal Craptivity/Drag Me TO hell era…

    This is all too familiar… Like when the 80's horror scene peaked and basically became a parody of its own absurdity. Only difference was those movies were watchable. Mosty for the cheesy aesthetic…. respectfully. BODY HORROR GUD! NEON LIGHT PRETTY! 🤤

    Well, maybe the next generation will return to it's former glory. This era sucks big sweaty ones. Whatever happened to slow burning terror/thrillers like The Mothman Prophecies? Mature, emotionally riveting stories with the finest character development. Films that put you in the heads of those on screen and made you actually invested in their survival. That movie did something entirely new! Everything from the camera technique down to sound design. And guess what? THEY DIDNT EVEN HAVE TO SHOW YOU A CLEAR SHOT OF THE CREATURE! Just one single scene where it appears for a split second in a reflection. That's all. Still, the movie kept me up for days as a young toot rather than an old fart. I don't know, maybe I'm just bitter and jaded? Or maybe…just maybe, movies fucking suck these days?

    These kids deserve better than this late millennial trash Hollyhood! Boo I say! Kids are FAR more cultured for this rubbish these days. Do better.🧐

  10. Blood looks thin and of poor quality… the quality of a horror movies blood says a lot about it over all. Also sounds like they couldn't afford the rights to the original song anymore.. this will be just as big a let down as 3.

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