Jeepers Creepers: Reborn Set For Release In The Fall 2021

Jeepers Creepers
Jeepers Creepers

Who actually believed The Creeper would be permanently gone?

The demonic monster came to the big screen twenty-years ago in Jeeper Creepers as the creature that awakens every 23rd spring for twenty-three days to feast on human body parts. Of course, this trilogy ended in 2017 with Jeepers Creepers 3, in which many thought to see the last of the Creeper.

Now Jeepers Creepers: Reborn is the fourth installation of this cult hit series that’ll be the first film of a new trilogy. Screen Media acquired worldwide distribution rights and plans for release in the fall of 2021.

The reimagined film brings in new fresh victims, but it’ll need a fresh take besides hunting roadside travelers.

Here’s the synopsis:

When the Horror Hound festival holds its first-ever event in Louisiana, it attracts hundreds of geeks, freaks, and die-hard horror fans from far and wide, to howl and celebrate into the night. Among them are a lovable fanboy Chase and his devoted sweetheart 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.

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“With Jeepers Creepers: Reborn we are going back to the basics of what made this horror franchise so indelible: young people, away from home, who find themselves unwittingly stumbling into the hunting grounds of a terrifying creature,” stated Jake Seal of Orwo Studios and Black Hangar Studios.

Timo Vuorensola (Iron Sky) directed the film from a script written by Sean Michael Argo (Iconoclast).

The current film is currently in post-production.

Are you excited about a new possible take of this horror franchise?

Source: Screen Media

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