See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 17 jump scares in Demonic, which has a jump scare rating of 4.0.
Jump Scare Rating: Demonic has a large number of jump scares with most occurring in the second half of the movie.
Synopsis: Detective Mark Lewis investigates the mysterious deaths of a group of people who were killed after attempting to conduct a séance in an apparently haunted house.
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Jump Scares: 17 (3 major, 14 minor)
Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes
Director: Will Canon
Runtime: 83 minutes
Netflix (US): Yes
Jump Scare Times
00:05:13 – A man appears behind Mark.
00:08:37 – As Mark speaks into his walkie-talkie, an unconscious man suddenly rears up and grabs Mark.
00:22:10 – A barking dog suddenly lunges at the car window.
00:29:50 – The sound of glass breaking during a quiet scene may startle some viewers.
00:32:29 – As the camera pans around Michelle, a ghostly face appears behind her.
00:35:37 – A door slams.
00:45:00 – A bird flies out of a dark room.
00:47:18 – Bryan sees the ghostly image of a boy standing in front of an open door.
00:48:28 – Hands shoot out from underneath a bed that Sam is standing in front of.
00:48:55 – Jules briefly glimpses a woman climbing the stairs.
00:51:37 – Michelle turns around and the face of a demonic woman suddenly appears in front of her.
00:53:30 – Jules is suddenly pulled backwards by an unseen force.
01:01:35 – John has a vision of his mother who suddenly transforms into the demonic woman.
01:02:51 – Bryan turns around to show his eyes are now black and his mouth full of a dark liquid.
01:05:05 – John turns around and is attacked by Bryan.
01:07:11 – Bryan suddenly opens his eyes and attacks an officer.
01:16:28 – A large number of birds burst out of John’s mouth.
(Major jump scares in bold)
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