See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 21 jump scares in The Abandoned, which has a jump scare rating of 3.5.
Jump Scare Rating: The frequent jump scares in The Abandoned (also known as The Confines) are fairly run-of-the-mill however they are often accompanied by a sharp audio cue in an attempt to enhance their effectiveness.
Synopsis: A young woman begins a new job as a security guard at an old abandoned apartment complex where strange occurrences strain her already fragile grip on reality.
Director: Eytan Rockaway
Runtime: 87 minutes
Jump Scare Times
00:01:36 – A homeless man bangs on the door of the taxi.
00:17:39 – Julia stares at her reflection in the window and it abruptly changes to another image of her looking distressed.
00:19:09 – Julia sees a dead rat.
00:25:05 – There is a metallic bang from the other side of a door.
00:26:05 – There is a loud noise and visual disturbance from the camera feed that Julia and Dennis are watching.
00:32:07 – The door unlocks and opens as Julia is walking away.
00:35:07 – A dog barking may startle some viewers.
00:35:44 – Julia walks into a bucket.
00:39:07 – Julia shines her torch on a girl sitting hunched over on a bed.
00:40:45 – Julia stands on a baby doll causing it to make a laughing noise.
00:44:38 – A figure moves quickly past a window.
00:44:50 – Julia shines the torch on a disfigured person.
00:45:10 – A distressed Julia suddenly appears out of the darkness.
00:48:14 – A shadowy figure passes behind Jim.
00:48:54 – A silhouette can be seen standing right behind Jim.
00:59:45 – Children can be seen on the security footage peeking at Dennis from behind some pillars.
01:02:09 – There is a loud noise and Dennis’s wheelchair begins to shake.
01:04:54 – The girl hovering on the ceiling turns her head.
01:05:36 – There is a loud noise from behind Dennis.
01:06:55 – There is a scream and Dennis is pushed off his wheelchair.
01:08:23 – Julia shines the torch on Jim’s bloodied face.
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