See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 12 jump scares in Them, which has a jump scare rating of 3.0.
Jump Scare Rating: Them utilizes a wide range of horror tactics to tell its story. While the focus is largely on the narrative, there are also a fair amount of scary, tense and graphic scenes. In terms of jump scares, however, most episodes contain little to none of them, with the most noteworthy ones being within the first two episodes.
Synopsis: During The Great Migration, roughly 6 million African Americans moved away from the Jim Crow rural Southern United States. The story follows one such family in 1953. As they move into an all white neighborhood in California, they find themselves not only threatened by their neighbors trying to drive them out, but also malevolent otherworldly forces in their new home.
Jump Scares: 12 (3 major, 9 minor)
Netflix (US): No
Jump Scare Times
00:42:36 – Miss Vera suddenly raises her arms and lunges at Gracie.
00:21:56 – Miss Vera quickly leans forward from the darkness in front of Livia and screams.
00:42:46 – A burnt man slams his hands on the glass out of the fog and screams as he bangs on it.
00:00:51 – There is a cut from the woman singing back to Livia, and the camera quickly pans to reveal a man standing behind her.
00:27:25 – As Livia drifts off to sleep there is a sudden and loud cut to a sign being hung.
00:28:29 – Livia walks towards the bus door and a hand suddenly appears out of the ground and grabs her.
00:01:09 – The Jack-in-the-box suddenly goes off.
00:26:00 – There is a sudden cut back to the woman screaming “cat in a bag.”
00:02:16 – Betty is suddenly shot while running across a field.
00:11:00 – The front door to the house quickly shuts on its own.
00:12:28 – As Ruby pulls back the shower curtain, a door slams shut behind her on its own.
00:26:06 – Livia approaches Miss Vera, who suddenly begins to scream and quickly lunges at her.
(Major jump scares in bold)
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