Forgetting the clichés and the stereotypical characterizations, Jeepers Creepers 2 is a decent horror film. It's also an above-average DVD. MGM, who knows how to put together a decent special-edition disc, has done just that with this sequel. While not faultless, the 2.35:1 anamorphic transfer looks very nice. Early parts of the film are purposely washed out, while it turns darker later, and both are fine translations from the filmed image. Minor flaws do appear, but they are generally insignificant enough not to be a distraction. The Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack is equally impressive, as the surrounds are used extensively, but also come across very naturally. The overall sound scheme is effective and full, with the right balance between dialogue, music, and sound effects. Where the disc really stands out, though, is with the supplemental features. The highlights are two screen-specific audio commentaries and a lengthy documentary. The first commentary is by director Victor Salva and cast members Eric Nenninger, Garikayi Mutambirwa, Nicki Lynn Aycox, Josh Hammond, Marieh Delfino, and Shaun Flemming. The second, called the "Creeper Commentary," consists of actor Jonathan Breck, makeup artist Brian Penikas, and storyboard artist Brad Parker. The documentary, entitled "Lights, Action, Creeper: The Making of Jeepers Creepers 2," runs nearly 40 minutes and is broken down into four very enlightening segments: "Lights, Camera, Creeper," "Creeper Creation," "Creeper Composer," and "Digital Effects." In addition to this, and also quite fascinating, is a shorter documentary, "A Day in Hell," in which Salva is followed for a day's shooting. Although two photo galleries are standard fare, there are two unfilmed scenes shown in storyboard form that will interest enthusiasts. Also included are a number of deleted scenes, but they run together in a way that seems confusing. Finally, along with the theatrical trailer for this film are promotional spots for other MGM titles, including Out of Time, Bulletproof Monk, and the original Jeepers Creepers. While there are no claims that this is high art, or even a great scare flick, it is an effective film. As for this DVD, they don't often get much better.