Jump Scares in The New Daughter (2009)

The New Daughter (2009) screenshot
The New Daughter (2009) screenshot
The New Daughter (2009) screenshot
The New Daughter (2009) screenshot

See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 11 jump scares in The New Daughter, which has a jump scare rating of 2.5.

Jump Scare Rating: There is reasonable number of jump scares that begin after the 30 minute mark however none of them are very well executed.

Synopsis: A single father moves into a new home in rural South Carolina with his two children Louisa and Sam where he discovers an ancient Indian burial ground that may be linked to changes in his daughters behaviour.

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Jump Scares: 11 (11 minor)

Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: PG13

Director: Luiso Berdejo

Runtime: 108 minutes

Netflix (US): No

Tags: Creepy Children, Monsters & Mutants

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

Jump Scare Times

00:32:19 – John turns around and Louisa is no longer in bed. There is a flash of lightning and suddenly Louisa is standing right beside him.

00:33:58 – John opens a ball and a spider crawls out.

00:38:37 – There is a loud thunderclap.

00:49:50 – Something moves across the road in front of John’s car.

00:51:20 – A stone hits the car window, startling John.

00:56:36 – A shadow moves past Sam in the attic and he falls of the ladder.

01:02:58 – John shines the torch around the room and is surprised by a man watching him.

01:26:14 – The officer slams the breaks on suddenly as something appears in front of the car.

01:26:56 – The officer is attacked after he puts his head out the window.

01:31:30 – A creature breaks through the window.

01:32:11 – John shoots a creature as it comes through a doorway.

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