See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 11 jump scares in Don’t Worry Darling, which has a jump scare rating of 2.5.
Jump Scare Rating: The first hour has many sudden cuts to brief flashes of disturbing visions experienced by the lead character. All of them happen out of the blue with no warning other than a faint subtle sound 1-2 seconds in advance. They come in sequences, a few seconds apart, becoming more intense with each appearance. They happen during calm and “safe” scenes, which enhances their impact even though not all of them are very “jumpy” in the traditional sense.
Synopsis: In the idyllic 1950s town of Victory in the middle of a desert, all the men work for a secret scientific project run by a company that owns the town, and are strictly prohibited to discuss their work with their wives. Alice, a housewife, begins to suspect that the company is hiding sinister secrets.
Director: Olivia Wilde
Runtime: 123 minutes
Jump Scare Times
00:10:23 – As Alice is looking at Margaret, there is a sudden cut to someone’s face in the darkness, and a male voice hums a melody.
00:14:18 – A sudden cut to some blurred imagery of lights in a darkened room.
00:14:23 – A sudden cut to footage of female dancers reflected in a distorted mirror.
00:21:59 – As Margaret’s husband pulls the curtain, there is a brief flash of some face with wide open eyes for 2 frames.
00:26:57 – A sudden cut to footage of twitching dancers in disturbing makeup.
00:27:00 – Another cut to the same footage of dancers in makeup, closer to the camera this time, as the eerie music becomes louder.
00:27:02 – Another cut to the same dancers in disturbing makeup, now up close and with one of them lunging at the camera. A second later, Alice wakes up from a nightmare.
00:54:58 – A sudden cut to a closeup of an opening eye.
00:55:04 – Another cut to the same eye.
00:55:13 – An extended creepy sequence of visions begins.
00:55:32 – A face in disturbing makeup suddenly appears in the foreground, and Alice jolts awake in the bathtub.
(Major jump scares in bold)
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