See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 7 jump scares in Lost Boys 3: The Thirst, which has a jump scare rating of 1.5.
Jump Scare Rating: Just like the second film, The Thirst is a significant downgrade from the original in terms of horror. The jump scares are ineffective and the movie is hardly scary in any way.
Synopsis: Vampire hunter Edgar Frog must take on his biggest task yet – defeating the head of all vampires, who is using a drug called thirst to convert hundreds at once. To do so, he must reunite with his brother, Alan Frog, who is now a vampire himself.
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Jump Scares: 7 (7 minor)
Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes
Director: Dario Piana
Runtime: 81 minutes
Netflix (US): No
Tags: Action, Paranormal
Jump Scare Times
00:29:32 – There is a sudden cut to a vampire POV shot outside alongside a string sound effect.
00:34:16 – A man is suddenly thrown out the window in the background.
00:45:23 – A screeching woman jumps in front of the two kids.
00:45:42 – The woman suddenly begins to screech and bites into the boy’s neck.
00:48:28 – A plate of iron suddenly falls from the ceiling.
00:52:57 – There is another sudden cut to a vampire POV shot as it screeches and jumps at Edgar and Zoe.
01:10:44 – Peter suddenly appears behind Edgar and screeches.
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