Jump Scares in House on Haunted Hill (1999)

House on Haunted Hill (1999) screenshot
House on Haunted Hill (1999) screenshot
House on Haunted Hill (1999) screenshot
House on Haunted Hill (1999) screenshot

See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 14 jump scares in House on Haunted Hill, which has a jump scare rating of 3.0.

Jump Scare Rating: Minor scares only with most occurring in the second half.

Synopsis: A eccentric business man invites a group of people to a haunted mansion atop a hill with a reward of $1,000,000 to anyone that can survive the night.

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Jump Scares: 14 (14 minor)

Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: R

Director: William Malone

Runtime: 93 minutes

Netflix (US): No

Tags: Haunted House / Building

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

Jump Scare Times

00:04:44 – A glass window suddenly breaks.

00:18:25 – A glass panel on the ceiling falls down.

00:32:51 – Some concrete blocks fall from the ceiling.

00:34:12 – Mr Price walks around a corner, startling the group.

00:47:11 – A ghost begins to move towards Melissa and several disturbing images flash across the screen.

00:50:44 – A gunshot may startle some viewers.

00:52:06 – A man’s chair is turned around to reveal he is missing his face.

01:02:52 – A woman with a distorted mouth and no eyes suddenly appears in front of Mr Price in the water.

01:04:21 – Pritchett starts talking which startles Sara and Eddie.

01:06:59 – Evelyn suddenly grabs Blackburn around the neck.

01:11:42 – A chamber door is opened to reveal a severed head.

01:13:11 – Mr Price appears in front of Sara.

01:16:06 – Mr Price suddenly grabs Evelyn.

01:22:31 – The floor begins to explode.

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