Synopsis: Beth searches for answers following the mysterious deaths of several of her friends after they received cell phone messages with the time and date of their future demise.
Director: Eric Valette
Runtime: 87 minutes
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Netflix (US): No
Jump Scares: 15 (1 major, 14 minor)
Jump Scare Rating: The jump scares in One Missed Call are fairly generic and largely predictable. The scare at 27:22 is probably the most startling (mainly due to the loud jump scare sound effect that conicides with it).
Jump Scare Times
1:23 – A young girl’s screaming face appears at the window of a burning building.
3:36 – A young woman leans over a pond when a hang emerges from the water and pulls her in.
3:56 – The hand grabs a cat and pulls it into the pond.
22:12 – A car horn sounds as Brian is nearly run over.
22:52 – There is a loud explosion while Brian and Beth are talking.
27:22 – Beth is surprised by Taylor’s appearance in the room. [Video]
38:18 – Beth opens a closet door and a puppet hanging from the ceiling drops down in front of her.
43:06 – A hand holding a phone appears beside Taylor.
1:00:01 – A shadowy figure passes behind Beth.
1:01:56 – Beth runs into Jack.
1:02:12 – A hand reaches out from between some doors to grab Beth.
1:02:49 – Jack shines his torch on a figure in the corner of the room.
1:05:52 – Beth shines her torch on a decayed corpse.
1:07:01 – The corpse begins to move towards Beth.
1:18:40 – A doorbell rings during a tense scene.
(Major scares in bold)