See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 15 jump scares in Fear Street Part Two: 1978, which has a jump scare rating of 3.0.
Jump Scare Rating: Jumpier and more intense than part one with more kills and thrills. Not particularly scary, but good slasher fun.
Synopsis: The curse of Sarah Fier strikes in 1978, possessing yet another Shadysider, forcing campers and counselors alike at Camp Nightwing to fight for their lives as a relentless killer attacks.
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Jump Scares: 15 (15 minor)
Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes
Director: Leigh Janiak
Runtime: 110 minutes
Netflix (US): Yes
Tags: Book Adaptation, Slasher
Jump Scare Times
00:03:00 – A sudden alarm ring startles Berman.
00:32:57 – As Tommy walks into a room, Alice jumps out at him as a joke.
00:42:51 – Cindy is grabbed on the shoulder while looking into the caves with a flashlight.
00:50:34 – As Cindy walks through the darkness, Alice says “Boo!” and startles her with a sound cue.
00:53:07 – Jeremy looks up and sees Tommy standing right in front of him.
00:59:12 – Alice looks up and with a sound cue, sees Sarah Fier standing in front of her.
00:59:20 – Alice shines the flashlight on an eyeless corpse standing up.
01:00:52 – Ziggy is suddenly grabbed on the shoulder by some Sunnyvalers.
01:02:26 – A silhouette walks by in the foreground with a sound cue.
01:03:22 – Becky walks into a room and sees Tommy standing on the side of the door.
01:07:49 – The campers light a match and it reveals Tommy standing in front of them.
01:09:10 – Gary grabs Ziggy on the shoulder.
01:14:03 – There is a sudden bang on the door.
01:15:34 – Ziggy is grabbed on the head by Tommy and dragged up.
01:37:28 – An alarm suddenly rings, starling Deena and Josh.
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