Jump Scares in 1974: The Possession of Altair (2016)

1974: The Possession of Altair (2016) screenshot
1974: The Possession of Altair (2016) screenshot
1974: The Possession of Altair (2016) screenshot
1974: The Possession of Altair (2016) screenshot

See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 8 jump scares in 1974: The Possession of Altair, which has a jump scare rating of 2.5.

Jump Scare Rating: Some jump scares throughout, most of them not being scary enough to be major but enough to be noteworthy.

Synopsis: As newlywed couple Manuel and Altair document their relationship, Altair begins to act strangely, leading Manuel to suspect she may be possessed by otherworldly forces.

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Jump Scares: 8 (1 major, 7 minor)

Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: Unrated

Director: Victor Dryere

Runtime: 82 minutes

Netflix (US): No

Tags: Foreign, Found Footage, Low Budget, Possession

WARNING: The jump scare descriptions listed below may contain minor spoilers

Jump Scare Times

00:13:04 – A sudden bang on the window startles Manuel and Altair.

00:25:39 – Manuel turns around with the camera, and Altair is standing right in front of him.

00:38:05 – Manuel turns the camera down from the ceiling and spots Altair standing in front of him with her back turned.

00:51:24 – While unresponsively sitting on a chair and looking down, Altair suddenly grabs the camera as Manuel points it at her.

00:56:13 – A door suddenly slams shut on its own.

00:58:38 – While lying on the floor, Altair suddenly springs upwards and begins to scream.

01:08:27 – The ceiling lamp suddenly explodes.

01:17:01 – While Altair plays with something bloody in her hands, an inhuman hand suddenly reaches and grabs her.

(Major jump scares in bold)

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