See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 15 jump scares in Ju On: The Beginning of The End, which has a jump scare rating of 3.5.
Jump Scare Rating: The film is abundant with scares – although the majority are considerably mild and predictable. The one at 1:26:37, however, may unsettle and frighten some viewers.
Synopsis: As a school teacher tries to investigate the prolonged absence of a boy, she soon begins to discover that there is something darker lurking within the boy’s house.
Director: Masayuki Ochiai
Runtime: 90 minutes
Jump Scare Times
00:04:23 – As one of the authorities looks around his surroundings, a ghostly boy suddenly appears in front of him as the camera looks down.
00:17:55 – A light behind the high school girl suddenly flickers as she turns around and sees the ghostly boy for a few brief seconds.
00:18:11 – A closet door to the high school girl’s right abruptly begins to rattle.
00:21:04 – As a teacher briefly looks around the house, she spots a woman standing ominously.
00:24:34 – After the teacher hears some noises, she turns around only to see the ominous woman standing behind her.
00:26:39 – A close-up of the ominous woman’s face is accompanied by a somewhat loud sound.
00:29:03 – A piano note is suddenly heard.
00:41:02 – As a distressed girl looks through the puddle of blood, she notices two hands on her shoulders in the reflection from the blood.
00:42:56 – The microwave suddenly begins to make strange noises.
00:59:27 – A high school girl’s suddenly dragged by a mysterious force.
01:18:37 – As the teacher moves closer to the TV, a boy’s face suddenly appears on it.
01:22:45 – A ghostly woman’s eyes suddenly opens.
01:24:03 – The ghostly woman is suddenly seen on the ceiling.
01:24:18 – After the teacher slowly looks to her right she notices the ghostly woman right beside her.
01:26:37 – As the teacher slowly turns, she notices the ghost of her husband walk towards her.
(Major jump scares in bold)
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