Synopsis: A 911 operator must confront a traumatic event from her past to help rescue a kidnap victim from her abductor.
Director: Brad Anderson
Runtime: 94 minutes
MPAA Rating: R
Netflix (US): No
Jump Scares: 9 (0 major, 9 minor)
Jump Scare Rating: The Call does have a few minor scares with most occuring in the opening 25 minutes. The dream sequence at 12:40 and the parking garage scene at 22:37 are the most significant.
Jump Scare Times
7:34 – A window is broken.
10:43 – After we see an extreme closeup of Leah’s face she is suddenly pulled out from under the bed.
12:40 – During a dream sequence, we suddenly see a quick cut of a bloodied mouth accompanied by a loud roar.
22:37 – A car pulls out in front of Casey in the parking garage.
40:58 – Michael breaks a car window with a shovel as Alan calls 911 (we get a small amount of warning beforehand).
44:52 – Alan suddenly gasps as Casey is talking to Jordan.
1:16:39 – Michael suddenly opens the door during a tense scene.
1:19:12 – Jordan sees Michael looking at her through a crack in the door.
1:21:56 – Jordan knocks out Michael.