See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 19 jump scares in Sinister 2, which has a jump scare rating of 4.0.
Jump Scare Rating: Although Sinister 2 has slightly more jump scares, a lack of tension leads to a less scary film compared to the original Sinister.
Synopsis: A mother, Courtney, and her two sons Dylan and Zach move into a house that is marked for death.
Director: Ciarán Foy
Runtime: 97 minutes
Jump Scare Times
00:02:38 – A boy suddenly appears behind another boy who is lying in bed. [Video]
00:12:19 – Dylan calls out “mom” during a tense scene.
00:18:14 – Accompanied by a loud sound effect, one of the people hanging upside down in the tape is attacked by an alligator in the water.
00:25:52 – The image of Bughuul can briefly be seen on the laptop screen.
00:26:23 – Accompanied by a loud noise, a red symbol suddenly appears on the laptop screen. [Video]
00:30:40 – Bughuul can be seen in the reflection of the window.
00:34:02 – A bucket suddenly slides along the ground.
00:35:04 – The deputy points his flashlight into the darkness a few times then Bughuul appears directly in front of him. [Video]
00:35:26 – The deputy’s phone suddenly rings which startles him.
00:45:26 – The deputy sees Bughuul in one of the images he is looking through, suddenly Bughuul appears to move towards him. [Video]
00:59:04 – The radio suddenly begins playing.
01:02:45 – Dylan sees Bughuul in front of him.
01:03:25 – Dylan turns around and the ghost children are standing in front of him.
01:07:05 – The ghost children’s faces turn demonic.
01:07:11 – One of the ghost children pops up from the basement as Dylan runs away, seconds later Dylan runs into more of the ghost children.
01:23:51 – A young girl appears behind the deputy.
01:26:51 – Zack closes the chest to reveal the ghost children standing in front of him.
01:28:53 – The radio begins playing again.
01:29:10 – A face jumps in front of the camera before the credits start. [Video]
(Major jump scares in bold)
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