See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 6 jump scares in I Bought A Vampire Motorcycle, which has a jump scare rating of 1.5.
Jump Scare Rating: Being a comedy horror with emphasis on comedy, I Bought A Vampire Motorcycle isn’t trying particularly hard to scare the viewers, and the cheap production value of the movie lessens the impact of the few jump scares that are present. There is only one jump scare that can count as a major one due to how unexpected and rather effective it is. Overall, sensitive audiences should have very few problems with this movie.
Timestamps are taken from the DVD release (NTSC).
Synopsis: During a turf war between biker gangs, an occultist is killed in the middle of summoning a demon. The said demon possesses a motorcycle that begins to terrorize the gang responsible for the massacre and everyone that stands in its way, including its new clueless owner.
Director: Dirk Campbell
Runtime: 101 minutes
Jump Scare Times
00:23:46 – A sudden cut to a closeup of the zombie’s face in a flashback.
00:26:42 – Buzzer’s severed head suddenly opens eyes.
01:00:25 – The church employee taps Noddy on the shoulder from behind, startling him.
01:04:58 – The motorcycle suddenly traps the priest’s fingers.
01:15:51 – The surface of the motorcycle’s fuel tank reacts to holy water.
01:23:56 – The motorcycle breaks through the window.
(Major jump scares in bold)
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