Jump Scares in Goal of the Dead (2014)

Goal of the Dead (2014) screenshot
Goal of the Dead (2014) screenshot
Goal of the Dead (2014) screenshot
Goal of the Dead (2014) screenshot

See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 9 jump scares in Goal of the Dead, which has a jump scare rating of 1.5.

Jump Scare Rating: More comedic than scary. Some minor jump scares throughout, with the majority happening after the 46 minute mark.

Synopsis: A French soccer team visit their lead star’s hometown for a match. With tensions high between the two teams and the fans, things only escalate when they find themselves having to fend off against a zombie epidemic.

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Jump Scares: 9 (9 minor)

Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: Unrated

Director: Thierry Poiraud, Benjamin Rocher

Runtime: 140 minutes

Netflix (US): No

Tags: Action, Comedy, Foreign, Survival, Zombie

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

Jump Scare Times

00:17:25 – While the player left behind by the bus runs to catch up to it, he is suddenly tackled by the zombie from the side.

00:46:01 – Lorit suddenly punches the framed picture on the wall, causing the glass to shatter.

00:46:54 – The woman outside is suddenly slammed against the phone booth while the doctor is inside it.

00:55:56 – As Lorit and Cleo look out of a window, a woman suddenly jumps in through the glass.

01:03:51 – A sudden bang startles the group.

01:07:43 – While giving a speech, the coach is tackled from the side by a zombie.

01:15:25 – Diago is grabbed by the mouth and pulled into a room.

01:19:59 – A zombie jumps out of the back seat.

01:24:11 – A zombie arm smashes through the door and grabs Diago.

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