See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 15 jump scares in Mirrors, which has a jump scare rating of 4.0.
Jump Scare Rating: Jump scares are prominent throughout the film and often involve something happening in a mirror’s reflection.
Synopsis: A man and his family are targeted by an unusual entity that uses mirrors to reach into their home.
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Jump Scares: 15 (1 major, 14 minor)
Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes
Director: Alexandre Aja
Runtime: 110 minutes
Netflix (US): No
Tags: Mystery, High Jump Scare
Jump Scare Times
00:03:33 – The security guard’s reflection stabs itself in the throat.
00:18:45 – Ben looks at himself in a mirror when a bird suddenly flies away.
00:22:47 – Ben looks up from the sink into the mirror and his reflected face is distorted.
00:25:24 – Ben puts his hand against the mirror which then cracks.
00:25:45 – Burning people appear in the mirror behind Ben.
00:30:14 – A female voice begins screaming inside the building.
00:32:09 – A hand pokes out of the room when Ben looks at it through the mirror.
00:34:36 – The mother turns off the TV which cuts to Michael viewing a screaming woman in the mirror.
00:41:24 – In the morgue, the reflection of Gary’s corpse abruptly turns sideways and speaks to Ben. [Video].
01:01:12 – Ben looks into the car mirror and sees his sister sitting in the back seat.
01:05:45 – Ben’s reflection pulls out a gun and shoots at Ben.
01:32:04 – Amy bends down to look at Michael’s reflection in the water. She suddenly gets cut on the face by the reflection.
01:39:12 – The female entity appears in the roofing above Ben.
01:39:43 – The entity jumps down onto Ben.
01:40:02 – Something breaks through the wall and jumps at Ben.
(Major jump scares in bold)
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