What does Jeepers Creepers mean in slang?

What does Jeepers Creepers mean in slang?

surprise, exasperation
jeepers creepers is an exclamation you may use in surprise, exasperation, or fear, especially if there are kids around or you’re from the 1950s. Related words: Jesus Christ! Minced oath. Peepers.

Who was the lady on the phone in Jeepers Creepers?

Jezelle Gay Hartman
Status: Unknown
Actress: Patricia Belcher
First appearance: Jeepers Creepers (film)

Why did the Creeper take Billy?

It’s not known what the Creeper took from Billy, but his head wound in the dream suggests it was a part of his brain. Billy was taken to the Creeper’s new lair and was possibly hung on the wall like all the other corpses along with Darry Jenner from the first movie.

What happened to the old lady in Jeepers Creepers?

Running into her house, he begin’s destroying the inside of it (as breaking glass and other objects are heard). She runs inside to defend her cats, only to be stabbed by the Creeper through the torso with the shotgun. In a deleted scene, after killing her the Creeper says “She don’t smell too good… Darius!”.

What is the Jeepers Creepers monster supposed to be?

The Creeper is the titular main antagonist of the Jeepers Creepers horror film franchise. He is an ancient demonic creature who feeds on human beings for 23 days every 23rd spring. He was portrayed by Jonathan Breck in all three films.

Why did the Creeper take Darry instead of Trish?

Trish explained that Darry was weak and that she would not fight him. However, the Creeper wasn’t interested in someone who was not afraid of him. He flew out of the side of the building, taking Darry with him into the night.

Where is the Jeepers Creepers house?

The House of Pain is the basement of the old Florida Crossroad Church on the intersection crossing Poho County. It is the first known lair used in the 23rd spring of 2001 that Darry and Trish Jenner encounter before being pursued by the creeper. It appears firstly and only in Jeepers Creepers before its incineration.

Is Jeepers Creepers a rip off of it?

There is indeed a real life inspiration for the antagonist of the Jeepers Creepers film franchise, and it’s none other than real life killer Dennis DePue. For those unfamiliar with the story, DePue shot his wife in 1990 after she filed for divorce, and continued to dump her body behind an abandoned school house.

Why does The Creeper keep the bodies?

We find that Creeper needs to replenish body parts in order to continue on with his “return every 23 years” cycle. But we do know events that indicate his “feelings”: (1) Creeper is particular, and (2) he likes his trophies. That is probably why he saves and displays them.

Why did Jeepers Creepers knife fly?

The weapons he creates are shown to move of their own accord (or perhaps return to their master) in the second film, where a knife flies across a room under its own power, traveling through a leather lamp before embedding into a nearby wall (a possible sign that they travel towards flesh).

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