See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 9 jump scares in Poltergeist III, which has a jump scare rating of 2.5.
Jump Scare Rating: Poltergeist III is probably the most “adult” film in the trilogy thus far, not quite having the family friendly tone of the first two with more scares and jumps than its predecessors. It’s still campy and not particularly horrifying, but it isn’t quite as accessible as what came before.
Synopsis: Sent to live with her aunt and uncle at a high rise city building, Carol Anne is once again put into danger when Reverend Kane reappears to send his otherworldly forces after her.
Director: Gary Sherman
Runtime: 98 minutes
Jump Scare Times
00:24:00 – A zombie hand suddenly bursts out of the table.
00:35:39 – As Carol Anne touches the mirror, a pair of hands phase out from the other side and grab her.
00:37:42 – The phone makes a loud screeching noise, startling Dr. Seaton.
00:47:09 – Zombified hands suddenly appear out of the puddle and drag Carol Anne down.
00:50:55 – There is a sudden burst of light behind Bruce.
01:12:46 – The animal meat hanging near the walls suddenly shriek and begin to move.
01:20:27 – Reverend Kane appears in the elevator mirror behind Bruce and Patricia.
01:22:45 – As Bruce lifts up a corpse, there is a sudden cut to its face as it makes a shrieking noise.
01:30:10 – Patricia’s reflection quickly turns around to reveal it has a zombified face.
(Major jump scares in bold)
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