Jump Scares in Shutter (2004)

Shutter (2004) screenshot
Shutter (2004) screenshot
Shutter (2004) screenshot
Shutter (2004) screenshot

See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 11 jump scares in Shutter, which has a jump scare rating of 4.0.

Jump Scare Rating: Several jump scares, particularly in the middle part of the movie, probably not recommended for those who dislike jump scares.

Synopsis: After a hit and run accident, a young photographer Tun, and his girlfriend Jane, are haunted by mysterious shadows that appear in his photographs.

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Jump Scares: 11 (2 major, 9 minor)

Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: Unrated

Director: Banjong Pisanthanakun, Parkpoom Wongpoom

Runtime: 97 minutes

Netflix (US): Yes

Tags: Foreign, High Jump Scare

WARNING: The jump scare descriptions listed below may contain minor spoilers

Jump Scare Times

00:12:30 – Jane looks at the bottom of the door when the door-handle begins rattling.

00:19:59 – Tun begins to develop a photo, when he looks closely at one of the faces in the photo, it spins around suddenly. [Video]

00:31:14 – The room goes dark and flashing lights from Tun’s camera reveal a person standing behind him. [Video]

00:35:44 – Tun walks into a room where a silhouette walks past the camera.

00:41:59 – Jane walks backwards and a loud yell sounds from around her.

00:57:37 – Natre appears on the front of the car.

01:02:02 – Tun flips Natre over in her bed to reveal a skeleton.

01:05:44 – A hand grabs Tun from behind.

01:10:20 – Natre is crouched on the ground and Tun sees her head sticking above the mattress.

01:11:17 – Tun looks to his side to see a face.

01:13:51 – Tun climbs down the ladder and sees a face.

(Major jump scares in bold)

Watch with subtitles that warn you about jump scares! Download the .srt file of the jump scares in Shutter. [More info]

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