Jump Scares in House (1986)

House (1986) screenshot
House (1986) screenshot
House (1986) screenshot
House (1986) screenshot
House (1986) screenshot

See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 11 jump scares in House, which has a jump scare rating of 3.0.

Jump Scare Rating: Numerous jump scares however the campy nature of the film makes them less scary than they might otherwise have been.

Synopsis: Author Roger Cobb moves into a house he has inherited from his aunt who has recently committed suicide. He soon discovers the house is haunted and the strange occurrences may be linked to his time as a solider in Vietnam.

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Jump Scares: 11 (11 minor)

Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: R

Director: Steve Miner

Runtime: 93 minutes

Netflix (US): No

Tags: Comedy, Haunted House / Building

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

Jump Scare Times

00:04:44 – Jim sees Mrs Hooper hanging from the ceiling.

00:11:09 – During a dream Roger is having, an arm comes up out of the ground beside a child.

00:29:13 – Roger opens a closet door and a monster attacks him.

00:33:33 – Harold appears by the door of Roger’s room.

00:45:42 – Sandy bends down to pick a bullet up off the floor, when she stands up she has been replaced by a monster.

01:09:54 – Roger opens the closet door and the monster is there.

01:15:49 – A tentacle comes out of the medicine cabinet hole and attacks Roger.

01:18:11 – A flying skeletal monster jumps out at Roger.

01:18:33 – The flying monster attacks Roger once more.

01:21:35 – Roger opens the front door and the skeleton of Big Ben is standing there.

01:24:48 – Big Ben comes out of a doorway and attacks Roger.

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