Synopsis: A psychologist tries to unravel the mystery behind a comatose 9 year old boy who has suffered a near fatal fall – the latest in a string of accidents that have plagued his short life.
Director: Alexandre Aja
Runtime: 108 minutes
MPAA Rating: R
Netflix (US): No
Jump Scares: 4 (0 major, 4 minor)
Jump Scare Rating: The 9th Life of Louis Drax is predominantly a light fantasy/mystery movie however there are some scarier scenes mixed in (notably a tense scene beginning at 46 minutes which culminates with a jump scare at 48:20).
Jump Scare Times
8:24 – Louis, who appears to be dead, suddenly coughs which startles the mortuary assistant.
35:50 – A book slams down in front of the hamster.
42:31 – A loud sound effect may startle some viewers.
48:21 – A strange looking humanoid creature covered in barnacles suddenly looks up at Dr. Pascal.