Jump Scares in FearDotCom (2002)

FearDotCom (2002) screenshot
FearDotCom (2002) screenshot
FearDotCom (2002) screenshot
FearDotCom (2002) screenshot

See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 5 jump scares in FearDotCom, which has a jump scare rating of 1.0.

Jump Scare Rating: While the horror is pretty cheap and gratuitous, there are surprisingly very few jump scares throughout the film.

Synopsis: A detective investigates a string of mysterious deaths in New York City where all victims share the common pattern of logging into a website called feardotcom 48 hours before their deaths.

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Jump Scares: 5 (5 minor)

Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: R

Director: William Malone

Runtime: 101 minutes

Netflix (US): No

Tags: Crime, Supernatural, Thriller

WARNING: The jump scare descriptions listed below may contain minor spoilers

Jump Scare Times

00:23:13 – Turnbull looks up and the camera quickly pans to reveal the ghost girl standing outside the car window.

00:54:13 – As the camera pans up from a woman’s feet, it cuts to a different screaming woman just before it gets to her face.

01:06:09 – Terry spots a corpse in the water which startles her.

01:06:57 – The corpse’s head suddenly turns towards Terry.

01:11:53 – While walking through the darkness, the tortured girl suddenly comes into Terry’s view.

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1 thought on “Jump Scares in FearDotCom (2002)”

  1. Okay before I get to defending this movie that nobody liked, I have to first acknowledge that it’s really silly how the site in the movie is not actually called fear.com but rather feardotcom.com. Why?!

    That out of the way – I know this isn’t very good. It’s one of the biggest horror flops of all time, apparently, but I’m too lazy to fact check that now. The reviews and ratings speak for themselves, though. But as someone who grew up with creepypasta, screamer videos and urban legends, I have a soft spot for the cheap on-the-nose horror of the 2000s. Just pure horror without subtlety or nuance can actually be entertaining and charming for me, which was basically the case here. Call it a guilty pleasure if you will, but I enjoyed myself.

    If you’re literally anyone else though, you probably shouldn’t bother with it.


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