See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 11 jump scares in Brahms: The Boy II, which has a jump scare rating of 3.0.
Jump Scare Rating: About the same level as its predecessor. The jump scares are extremely predictable and the loud sound used in each scare is scarier than anything that happens. The only exception is a scare after 20 minutes, which really comes out of nowhere.
Synopsis: A sequel to the horror movie from 2016 in which the doll terrorizes an American family after a move.
Director: William Brent Bell
Runtime: 86 minutes
Jump Scare Times
00:02:02 – Jude scares Lisa from behind as she stands by the shoes.
00:05:26 – The lights come on and suddenly a masked man stands behind Lisa.
00:09:34 – When Lisa is sleeping, she is suddenly strangled.
00:19:47 – After Lisa says “This is where you found him,” a cut follows and a dog suddenly barks. It happens out of nowhere.
00:26:24 – Lisa is suddenly grabbed by a burglar.
00:40:37 – Brahms’ eyes turn white and suddenly flies fly from his mouth. The sound effect is very loud.
00:45:28 – When lisa is standing in the kitchen there is suddenly a bang.
00:49:24 – A silhouette whizzes past the window.
00:51:11 – When Lisa is behind the wall, a silhouette flies by behind her and a sound effect plays.
00:51:26 – As Lisa runs through the corridor, bats suddenly fly out of the ceiling.
00:53:37 – After Lisa finds Jude and they hug, something bangs on the door behind them and moves the handle.
(Major jump scares in bold)
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