Jump Scares in Gantz (2010)

Gantz (2010) screenshot
Gantz (2010) screenshot
Gantz (2010) screenshot
Gantz (2010) screenshot

See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 11 jump scares in Gantz, which has a jump scare rating of 2.0.

Jump Scare Rating: The horror is supplementary to the action and sci-fi elements rather than the main focus. A couple of jump scares, but they are evenly spread out throughout the 2+ hour runtime.

Synopsis: A group of people find themselves in an apartment room they don’t recognize, with the last thing they remember being their deaths. There, a black sphere named Gantz gives them the mission to hunt aliens hiding on Earth for a second chance at life.

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Jump Scares: 11 (11 minor)

Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: Unrated

Director: Shinsuke Sato

Runtime: 130 minutes

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

Jump Scare Times

00:10:16 – Several compartments suddenly come out of the sphere with a loud mechanical noise.

00:20:05 – The alien child suddenly spits a strange goo over the group.

00:23:40 – The child suddenly implodes, splattering black goo all over the room.

00:28:17 – Kishimoto suddenly tackles the alien from the side.

00:55:20 – Several compartments once again suddenly come out of Gantz.

01:04:06 – The presumably dead alien jumps back up behind Kato.

01:07:30 – The alien loudly implodes.

01:29:25 – The large statue implodes, sending rocks flying everywhere.

01:38:34 – The statue suddenly begins to move, attacking Kurono with its swords.

01:40:46 – As the statue’s reflection slowly becomes visible, it attacks, shattering the glass.

01:41:12 – The statue suddenly begins to attack at extreme speed.

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