‘Jeepers Creepers: Reborn’ Gets R Rating For Violence, Gore

by Thomas Tuna

It’s enough to give you the creeps.

Jeepers Creepers: Reborn–the fourth film in the horror franchise that started back in 2001–has earned an R rating from the MPA for “violence, gore and language”–the Big Three of horror movies.

The Screen Media film–in theaters from Sept. 19-21–is directed by Timo Vuorensola (Iron Sky) from a screenplay by Sean-Michael Argo. The storyline follows Chase and Laine as they head to the Horror Hound Festival, where Laine experiences “unexplained premonitions and disturbing visions associated with the Creeper and the town’s past,” according to the synopsis.

When the festival starts–and the “blood-soaked entertainment builds to a frenzy”–Laine believes “something unearthly has been summoned for the first time in 23 years, and she’s at the center of it.”

The film stars Sydney Craven, Imran Adams, Ocean Navarro, Matt Barkley, Alexander Halsall, Jodie McMullen, Georgia Goodman and Jarreau Benjamin as the Creeper.

The original Jeepers Creepers–written and directed by Victor Salva–stars Gina Philips and Justin Long as siblings pursued by the Creeper, a demonic creature and serial killer (played by Jonathan Breck). The film garnered mixed reviews, but still raked in more than $59 million on a $10-million budget, and gave birth to two sequels.

Keep reading Horror News Network for any further updates on Jeepers Creepers: Reborn.


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