See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 18 jump scares in The Hallow, which has a jump scare rating of 3.5.
Jump Scare Rating: A large number of relatively minor jump scares with most occurring in the second half of the movie.
Synopsis: A family move into a remote house in the Irish woods where they find themselves attacked by mysterious nocturnal creatures.
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Jump Scares: 18 (18 minor)
Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes
Director: Corin Hardy
Runtime: 97 minutes
Netflix (US): No
Tags: Forest / Woods Setting, Low Budget, Monsters & Mutants
Jump Scare Times
00:09:27 – Claire turns around and is startled by Adam.
00:21:57 – As Adam takes a photograph, a creature appears in the woods.
00:30:12 – Adam looks up and Colm is standing on the road.
00:32:26 – The car trunk suddenly slams down on Adam.
00:37:48 – A shadowy figure moves past a window.
00:38:10 – There is a high pitched squawk and Adam shoots his gun.
00:44:32 – Adam shuts the car bonnet which reveals several creatures standing behind him.
00:46:50 – Something comes through the keyhole that Adam is looking through and pierces his eye.
00:47:31 – Adam looks through a crack in the door and sees one of the creatures.
00:51:13 – A hand breaks through the attic floor.
00:56:34 – Claire looks up and sees a creature at the window.
01:00:55 – One of the creatures squeals at Claire.
01:08:12 – Finn’s face suddenly turns demonic.
01:10:19 – Adam bangs loudly on the door behind Claire.
01:12:28 – Adam suddenly grabs Claire’s ankle.
01:19:56 – Cora screams at Adam.
01:24:44 – A creature stands up behind Adam and impales him through the stomach.
01:32:54 – During mid-credits scene, we see the logging truck drive off while calming music plays only to reveal the creature screeching at the camera.
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