Jump Scares in Us (2019)

Us (2019) screenshot
Us (2019) screenshot
Us (2019) screenshot
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See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 11 jump scares in Us, which has a jump scare rating of 2.5.

Jump Scare Rating: There are jump scares in Us although they are minor and far less intrusive than one might expect from a modern home invasion horror movie. Most of the jump scares occur in the middle of the movie between the 40 and 90 minute mark.

Synopsis: An American family find themselves under attack by their doppelgangers while on vacation.

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Jump Scares: 11 (11 minor)

Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes

Rating: R

Director: Jordan Peele

Runtime: 116 minutes

Netflix (US): No

Tags: Home Invasion, Mystery

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

Jump Scare Times

00:06:47 – After a girl enters the Vision Quest building, a mechanical owl jumps out at her.

00:18:15 – Jason, wearing a mask, jumps out at Zora in the bathroom.

00:27:38 – A Frisbee whizzes past Adelaide and Kitty as they talk on the beach.

00:40:12 – There are several loud bangs on the door.

00:40:47 – A masked person pops up outside the window beside Zora.

00:43:51 – There is a loud crash as a boy crawls out from behind Zora, Jason, and Adelaide.

01:02:36 – After Jason runs to Adelaide, his doppelganger suddenly appears in the hallway behind him.

01:20:50 – Adelaide grabs a saucepan and swings around to attack one of the doppelganger twins who jumps on her.

01:23:05 – The Zora doppelganger breaks through the sun roof.

01:24:25 – The doppelganger girl reaches out towards Adelaide as she searches for her in the bushes.

01:31:11 – The mechanical owl jumps out at Adelaide as she enters the house of mirrors.

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