Synopsis: A grieving student, Dani, travels to a midsummer celebration in Sweden with her boyfriend where unimaginable horrors await.
Director: Ari Aster
Runtime: 147 minutes
MPAA Rating: R
Netflix (US): No
Jump Scares: 3 (0 major, 3 minor)
Jump Scare Rating: Midsommar has barely any jump scares worth mentioning although there is no shortage of disturbing imagery and gore (mainly in the second half).
Jump Scare Times
32:13 – After entering the toilet, we see a figure in the mirror watching Dani. A few seconds later Dani runs out of the toilet and this is accompanied by some loud dissonant strings in the soundtrack.
1:33:23 – Josh is distracted by a person (who he believes to be Mark) entering the temple behind him. After he turns around and tells him “we’re not supposed to be here”, he is hit over the head by an unseen assailant.
2:09:10 – After witnessing Simon’s body being displayed ritualistically, Christian sits back up and a man blows some powder into Christian’s eyes.