See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 11 jump scares in Coming Soon, which has a jump scare rating of 3.0.
Jump Scare Rating: Coming Soon generally has pretty decent scares, and the jump scares often don’t feel like a cheap tactic. Some are not as effective as others, but they are all worth watching out for for jumpy viewers.
Synopsis: A cinema employee finds himself haunted by the ghost from an upcoming horror film during early screenings.
Director: Sophon Sakdaphisit
Runtime: 83 minutes
Jump Scare Times
00:02:23 – The little girl turns to face the side while on the ground and a corpse with gouged out eyes is right in front of her.
00:18:53 – When the lights go out while Som is banging on the door, it suddenly opens.
00:35:06 – Shane looks up and sees someone standing behind a transcluent curtain.
00:43:56 – Shane leans forwards to pick up the watch he dropped, revealing the ghost woman sitting in the seat right next to his.
00:45:06 – Shane forces the elevator door open, followed by a cut to the ghost woman right outside jumping at him.
00:55:44 – A ghostified looking Som lunges at Shane from the darkness.
01:10:40 – While Shane is standing on top of a cardboard cut-out of the ghost, it suddenly turns into the real ghost when he looks down at it.
01:13:17 – While the ghost woman is slowly approaching Shane from behind, when he turns around she moves right in front of the camera.
01:13:37 – While Shane is running the ghost woman suddenly appears in front of him and attacks with a knife.
01:16:37 – The screen fades to black, and a few seconds later there is a cut to the ghost woman on the film’s poster.
01:17:59 – The credits begin to roll over a still frame of the woman hanging, but she suddenly springs back upwards a few seconds later and looks at the camera.
(Major jump scares in bold)
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