See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 14 jump scares in Living Dark: The Story of Ted the Caver, which has a jump scare rating of 3.5.
Jump Scare Rating: Not as subtle or unsettling as its source material, instead utilizing much more traditional scares. Although half of the them are only sudden loud sounds and not straight up jump scares, there are still quite a few scenes that may make viewers jump.
Synopsis: Adaptation of the famous creepypasta Ted the Caver, in which two men find a small hole in a cave, spending days trying to find out what’s on the other side, not realizing the truth should have stayed hidden.
Director: David Hunt
Runtime: 97 minutes
Jump Scare Times
00:03:29 – The trapdoor Ted and Brad are standing on suddenly breaks and they fall down.
00:05:37 – A loud noise startles Ted.
00:16:33 – A very loud noise comes from the other side of the hole.
00:37:08 – Ted suddenly hits his head.
00:40:50 – Another very loud noise comes from the other side of the hole.
00:41:48 – Ted calls out into the cave, followed immediately by a loud noise that startles him and Brad.
00:46:01 – As Ted turns around, something suddenly pulls down the shower curtain, screeches, and attacks him.
00:46:24 – Ted wakes up to reveal the last scene was a nightmare. As he gets up, the creature suddenly jumps out from behind him. Basically the common ‘false awakening’ jumpscare.
00:55:50 – A loud noise from behind Ted startles him and he quickly turns around.
01:02:45 – Ted looks around the room, and when he looks at the doorway, there is a silhoutte standing right behind it.
01:03:28 – The silhoutte runs straight towards Ted as he turns off the light.
01:04:06 – Ted gets out from under the sheets and looks around the room. As he turns towards the window, the silhoutte is standing right in front of him.
01:14:03 – Brad turns around and shines the light of the flare on the creature.
01:14:23 – Brad looks to his side and camera pans to reveal the creature standing right there.
(Major jump scares in bold)
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