Jump Scares in Ghost Ship (2002)

Ghost Ship (2002) screenshot
Ghost Ship (2002) screenshot
Ghost Ship (2002) screenshot
Ghost Ship (2002) screenshot

See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 12 jump scares in Ghost Ship, which has a jump scare rating of 3.0.

Jump Scare Rating: Some fairly generic jump scares starting from 20 minutes in and going through to the 65 minute mark.

Synopsis: A salvage crew come across a floating ghost ship in the Bering Sea thought to be the Antonia Graza, a large passenger ship that went missing 40 years prior.

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Jump Scares: 12 (1 major, 11 minor)

Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: R

Director: Steve Beck

Runtime: 91 minutes

Netflix (US): Yes

Tags: Haunted House / Building

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

Jump Scare Times

00:19:57 – The clock begins to chime as Munder reaches out to touch it.

00:21:28 – Munder falls through the floor.

00:33:50 – As Epps climbs some steps she sees the ghost girl standing above her.

00:36:20 – Murphy looks in the mirror and sees the reflection of another man.

00:38:39 – Epps opens a door and a flood of water (along with several bodies) rushes out.

00:41:20 – Epps opens a wooden crate to reveal a large number of rats inside.

00:42:54 – Two bodies being held in hanging sacks start to struggle and scream. [Video]

00:54:32 – All the doors to the passenger’s rooms suddenly close as Epps walks down a hallway.

00:56:45 – Epps opens a sliding door and is greeted by a decomposed corpse hanging from the ceiling.

01:03:43 – Murphy turns around and comes face to face with Santos.

01:04:13 – Murphy turns around and once again Santos is there.

01:04:53 – Francesca turns into a decomposed corpse.

(Major jump scares in bold)

Watch with subtitles that warn you about jump scares! Download the .srt file of the jump scares in Ghost Ship. [More info]

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