Jump Scares in The Offering (2022)

The Offering (2022) screenshot
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See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 17 jump scares in The Offering, which has a jump scare rating of 3.0.

Jump Scare Rating: While there are many jump scares, none of them are particularly effective.

Synopsis: Arthur returns to his childhood home and family business with his pregnant wife Claire, in the hopes of reconciling with his father. However, the mysterious disappearance of a local girl and disturbing happenings begin to plague the family reunion.

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Jump Scares: 17 (17 minor)

Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: R

Director: Oliver Park

Runtime: 93 minutes

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

Jump Scare Times

The jump scare timings listed below are based on a theatrical viewing and are approximate only.

00:01:55 – A bat flies across the screen.

00:16:30 – A bucket is slammed to the ground.

00:18:21 – The eyes of the corpse are now open.

00:18:56 – The corpse shifts.

00:25:58 – The old man rushes out of the closet.

00:33:21 – The camera screams in Claire’s ear.

00:36:40 – Hemish bursts into the room.

00:42:35 – A demon is seen as Saul lights a lamp.

00:49:28 – A girl appears in front of Claire.

00:50:32 – The girls is standing in the room and looks up with a musical sting.

00:50:48 – As the sheet is pulled away the girl says “Help Me”

00:53:52 – Hard cut to a body coming out of a freezer.

00:59:30 – A sudden knocking at the door.

01:02:47 – The old woman startles Claire.

01:06:57 – The claws of the demon come out of the door as Claire reaches for it.

01:09:02 – A woman is seen looking under the table.

01:26:21 – Claire looks up and the demon lashes down at her.

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