Written by Mr. Mouseburger 10th Jan 2007
Kindly submitted by Pyro
Fleeing from a murderous demon that has been terrorizing them throughout the movie, siblings Trish and Darry have come to the police station to get their parents over and escape the town and wait for them.
Earlier in the film they had met Jezelle, the town's resident psychic, who has warned them of a terrible vision she'd had that one of them is going to die horribly in a dark place, with the song "Jeepers Creepers" playing in the background. She has now arrived at the station to make sure they are both okay. It's not long before the demon also arrives at the station and having recovered from injuries sustained earlier when Trish ran it over, is on the warpath.
The siblings, find themselves in the interrogation room, the kind with a two-way mirror the FBI stands behind during questioning. Both are unaware that the Creeper is standing behind the mirror, watching them, until it suddenly bursts through the mirror and grabs them. The demon then sniffs them both, trying to determine which of them had been snooping in his lair earlier. The answer comes clear when he throws Trish aside and holding Darry tight, spreads its wings preparing to fly off.
Trish attempts to reason with the demon, offering that it take her instead and leave her brother alone. However, a warning the psychic had told them earlier suggests that the Creeper is drawn to its victims by their fear. Darry is terrified beyond words, while Trish is bravely standing up to it. This completely invalidates any chance of the Creeper accepting her offer, so it responds by turning and smashing out the window before flying off into the night with Darry in tow. Where normally this would lead to a scene involving the heroine setting out to save her brother, this is NOT the case here! Instead, we move to the following day, Trish is distraught, knowing the Creeper has no doubt moved on to a different location to insure he is not found.
Meanwhile, at an abandoned factory which the Creeper has obviously made its new residence, tortured screams can be heard within as the camera guides us through its dark, decaying corridors. Suddenly we begin to hear the sound of the song "Jeepers Creepers" amidst Darry's pained cries as his suffering continues.
Finally, his screams cease as we come to the Creeper's lair, where the demon is seated at a table working on something as the music plays nearby on an old record player, then we come over to Darry, whose lifeless body is chained from the ceiling, his eyes completely gouged out that the holes go all the way through his head, his face frozen in pained terror. As the camera zooms in on one of his empty eye holes, the Creeper, now donning new eyes, comes over and peers through one of them before the credits roll.