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Byline: Glenn Lovell
"Jeepers Creepers," which takes its title from a vintage novelty song, starts out as prime, grade-A horror. Certainly all the ingredients are in place for our first decent scare in more full moons than we care to remember.
You know the drill. Lonely country road. Offhand mention of a still-unsolved, long-ago murder spree. Squabbling brother and sister taking "the long way home." Black armored truck that appears out of nowhere and tries to run our young wayfarers off the road.
This far in, fright connoisseurs will be in pulp-horror heaven. Director-writer Victor Salva ("Clownhouse," "Powder") obviously knows his stuff. He piles …