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Friday, July 8, 2011

Finally some News on Jeepers Creepers 3.

According to Victor Salva, the third and final entry in the Creeper franchise has been ready to shoot for over 7 years. Unfortunately no studio has shown any interest in funding the project so far.  When the movie does come out, the director then plans to release a number of TV series in which he'll be able to explore the beginnings of the Creeper character in a lot more detail. "The third Jeepers film, and I can't tell you how it ends but it is a real show-stopper," explains Salva. "I designed to kick off a thirteen episode season of a TV series, that explores The Creeper, his truck, and the massive 'Cathedral' like Creeper-lair they find in the third film.". The Movie is being filmed as we speak and should be released in 2013.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Victor Salva is happy that the Creeper has Been chosen as the #4 Movie Monster of all time...

A poll was taken on WorstPreview, and it showed that after four thousand of their readers were asked, The Creeper ranked the number four scariest movie monster of all time. So does this Mean that The Jeepers Creepers 3, might not be the last one.. Lets hope not..

Friday, May 13, 2011

All about the 1960 Impala.

The 1959 Chevrolet Impala was radically reworked sharing bodyshells with lower-end Buicks andOldsmobiles as well as with Pontiac, part of a GM economy move, Chevrolets rode a wheelbase 11/2 inches longer than before. Atop a new X-frame chassis, roofs sat three inches lower, and bodies measured more than two inches wider overall. The growing size contributed to increased curb weight, one more trend of the times. Its tailfinsprotruded outward rather than upward. Auto tester Tom McCahill, ofMechanix Illustrated, declared that a Chevy's decklid had "enough room to land a Piper Cub." Chevrolet eschewed the triple-taillight rear style this year with a very large, single controversial "teardrop" taillight at each side.
Impala was now a separate series, including a four-door hardtop and four-door sedan, as well as the two-door Sport Coupe and convertible. Sport Coupes featured a shortened roofline and wrap-over back window, promising a "virtually unlimited rear view" to complement the car's new compound-curve windshield. The hardtop Sport Sedan had a huge, pillar-free back window and "flying wing" roofline. Base V-8 was the carryover 283, at 185 horsepower. Performance fans could select 283-cubic-inch outputs to 290 horsepower – or turn to the big-block 348-cubic-inch V-8 up to 315 horsepower. With a V-8, the Impala convertible listed at $2,967, but a six-cylinder version saved the customer $118. Impala interiors flaunted their top-of-the-line status, offering front and rear armrests, an electric clock, dual sliding sun visors, and crank-operated front ventipanes. A contoured instrument panel held deep-set gauges residing below hoods to prevent glare. A Flexomatic six-way power seat was a new option, as was "Speedminder" (a device which allowed the driver to set a needle at a specific speed; a buzzer would sound if he exceeded this pre-set speed).
1960 Impala Hardtop Sport Sedan
The 1960 models created a more conservative look than was seen on the 1959 models and were simply toned down a bit. Stylists and marketers realized that the fin-and-chrome fashion had about run its course decided to shift direction, creating a more conservative face-lift. The effect was helped by reinstating three modestly sized round taillights on each side of the top-of-the-line Impala. Up front the nostril air intakes above the headlights were deleted completely. More abundantly chromed than Bel Airs or Biscaynes, Impalas found buyers more easily, with better than 490,000 built. Impalas displayed nonfunctional air-intake scoops, plus a white band running along the rear fender. Four body styles vied for customers: Hardtop Sport Sedan, Sport Coupe, Convertible Coupe, and Four-Door Sedan. The Impala Convertible Coupe at $2,847 led the line.
Drivetrain choices were slightly reduced to seven V8s in 283- or 348-cubic-inch size. Top choice was the 348-cubic-inch Super Turbo-Thrust Special, breathing through triple two-barrel carburetors and using 11.25:1 compression and dual exhausts to put out 335 horsepower. More modest versions of the 348 yielded 250 to 320 horses. The carbureted Turbo-Fire 283-cubic-inch V-8 could have either 170 or 230 horsepower. Fuel injection was no longer an option on full-size Chevrolets.[6] New to the options list was speed and cruise control, the first time such a device was offered on a low-price automobile.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Jeepers Creepers 2 Throwing Stars Arrived.

Today i received another piece to my collection.

2 Creeper Throwing stars, and a Screen Used Plate from the movie.

Go to memorabilia Section to view... These were made by Factory X as prototypes and were never released for production...So these are very very rare Prototypes..

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Another Memorabilia Update coming Soon.

This time i m waiting on a Prototype Throwing stars From Jeepers Creepers 2 that were made by Factory X and never made it into Production, so  it makes them very very Rare.. Stay Tuned for the photo Update.

Plus:: A Screen Used License Plate that was used in JP2 and much more.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Memorabilia Update.

Check out my new stuff in Memorabilia Section.

Here is a little sneak peak at my Ultimate Creeper Deluxe mask  That i am waiting for...

The Full reveal i will do once i receive it.This is the finished and will be shipped today.Last time u seen this it was unpainted. FOR FULL REVEAL GO TO MEMORABILIA SECTION...LATER

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Mr.Troy Jackson and the Creeper Truck, Law by day Creepers Brother By Night.

Presently Troy putting together His own 1941 CHEVY COE, to make it into  a Creeper Truck.

Here are the Pics Troy sent me. Thank you Troy.

Make-up & Monsters Studios The FX Team that is responsible for the Creeper Existence and allot more of your favorite movies.

Please let me know what you think of these great man and women that make this all happen.

Jonathan Breck a man Behind the Mask.

So who is this mysterious man, behind the Creepy look of our beloved Creeper? He is one and only Jonathan Breck and this is his story.

Although a veteran stage actor, Jonathan Breck first received nationalacclaim when he burst onto the scene as The Creeper in MGM's "Jeepers Creepers"(2001).

 When the film became the surprise hit of the year, his days of anonymity were over. The original "Jeepers Creepers" has since gone on to gross over 100million worldwide. Since then Mr. Breck has appeared in numerous film and television roles including:"Beat Boys, Beat Girls" (Independent), "Good Advice" (HBO), "Spiders" (New Image),"I Married a Monster" (UPN), "Jag" (CBS), "Star Trek: Voyager" (UPN), "VIP" (Fox),and "Push" (ABC). In 2003, Mr. Breck reprised his role as The Creeper in "Jeepers Creepers 2".Critics described his performance in the sequel as "nothing short of brilliant... he firmly establishes himself as an of the classic movie monsters of all time." "Jeepers Creepers 2" has become an instant classic, already grossing over 100million dollars worldwide. MGM Studios, overjoyed with the success of the sequel,is rumored to have already ordered a third film to be produced in 2005. With the completion of his trilogy, it appears Mr. Breck will stand poised to take hisplace as "The Freddy Krueger for the new generation". In early 2004, Jonathan filmed the Sci-Fi action thriller "DREAMLAND".

Jonathan resides in Los Angeles, where he takes full advantage of the beautifulweather. He is an avid surfer, sailor, and hiker. His favorite "past time",however, is to travel. There is nothing like "jumping on a train or a plane andgetting lost. I learn more about myself in those moments than in anything else Ido".

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

All about Rosewood Lane a new movie By Victor Salva the Director of Jeepers Creepers.

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Did you Know that Jeepers Creepers 1 and 2 DvD's Had very limited version of Lenticular DVD Covers?

As i found out not long ago that Jeepers Creepers 1 and 2 DVD's had Lenticular Versions with a 3D like Holographic Cover Inserts. I own 1 from Part 2, i will post pics later.

Here is a pic of the First one.

Hers is the 2nd one.
Did you also know that German release of Jeepers Creepers had a nice Deluxe Edition. See Pic below.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

'''Brian Penikas''' The Man Behind The FX work on The Creeper and allot more of your favorite Movies.

Brian Penikas The well known, FX artist and also managing project Director and Key designer for Make-up & Monsters Studio, who also worked on allot of your favorite Movies including Jeepers Creepers. But that's not all. Here is his Story.

"For 30 years, Emmy nominated make-up artist Brian Penikas has made a career of bringing interesting characters to the big and small screens with the use of Special Make-up Effects. His career began as an assistant and designer to many of Hollywood’s top make-up artists. His early works include “Cocoon”, “Aliens” “Alien Nation”, and the Oscar winning Rocky Dennis bio-pic “Mask”  (starring Eric Stoltz and Cher).

As Creative Director for Make-up & Monsters Studios, Brian and his team have contributed their unique skills and talents to many of your favorite films and televison shows.

Whether it’s creating something as infamous as the scar for Dr. Evil in “AUSTIN POWERS II:The Spy Who Shagged Me” , a nose for Al Pacino in “ANY GIVEN SUNDAY”, legions of scallywags for “PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN 2, 3, & 4”,
or something as monumental as the creatures and victims for  “JEEPERS CREEPERS 1 & 2”, Penikas and his crew approach each project with the same creative enthusiasm and attention to detail that has driven them for decades.  Every project presents new creative challenges and Brian says he “feeds on” and welcomes  those challenges.

What does Brian do when he’s not creating make-up effects for the cinema?  He is the “Keeper of the Glue and Faith” for his group, APEMANIA, a re-enactment/parody troupe that pays tribute to the film classic Planet of the Apes.  

Penikas credits the original 1968 classic as being his inspiration since childhood to pursue make-up and effects as his chosen career.  He also says that dressing up as a gorilla with his cohorts to entertain people is just another defiant excuse to never truly "grow up and get a real job"!"

Here is his another website ''''''