Jump Scares in The Conjuring (2013)

The Conjuring (2013) screenshot
The Conjuring (2013) screenshot
The Conjuring (2013) screenshot
The Conjuring (2013) screenshot

See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 12 jump scares in The Conjuring, which has a jump scare rating of 4.0.

Jump Scare Rating: Several very frightening jump scares starting from about the 30 minute mark onwards, not recommended for sensitive individuals.

Synopsis: In 1970, paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren work to help the Perron family, who are being terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse.

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Jump Scares: 12 (3 major, 9 minor)

Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: R

Director: James Wan

Runtime: 112 minutes

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

Jump Scare Times

00:03:36 – A loud bang startles the two girls.

00:32:52 – The door to the girl’s bedroom slams shut.

00:37:06 – Carolyn searches the house and a loud bang erupts from paintings falling off the wall.

00:39:10 – Carolyn enters the basement but as she goes to leave the door slams in her face.

00:40:38 – Hands clap behind Carolyn while she is in the basement. [Video]

00:42:40 – A monster appears on the top of the girl’s closet. [Video]

01:07:28 – A sheet blows off the washing line and catches around a figure.

01:12:40 – As Roger leaves a room, a lady shouts “look what you made me do!” [Video]

01:18:59 – Lorraine pulls away the music box revealing an old lady behind it.

01:19:21 – Legs fall down from the side of the table as Lorraine looks out from underneath.

01:20:30 – Nancy’s hair gets pulled upwards.

01:25:13 – One of the children gets pulled in their bed.

(Major jump scares in bold)

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

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