See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 16 jump scares in What Lies Beneath, which has a jump scare rating of 3.0.
Jump Scare Rating: Several jump scares throughout although the build-up is often more effective than the scare itself. The most significant scare occurs at the 1 hour 46 minute mark and will startle many viewers.
Synopsis: Claire Spencer, the wife of university scientist Norman Spencer, becomes convinced the spirit of a recently deceased woman is haunting their lakeside home.
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Runtime: 130 minutes
Jump Scare Times
00:02:31 – Claire gets a shock from the bathroom power socket.
00:13:46 – An eye appears suddenly on the other side of the fence hole that Claire is looking through.
00:23:04 – Claire is startled by the phone ringing.
00:24:40 – The radio turns on suddenly.
00:31:58 – Claire looks into various rooms of her neighbours house with binoculars, in one of the rooms she sees Warren looking at her.
00:33:13 – Claire turns around and her husband is standing right behind her.
00:40:36 – The reflection of another woman can be seen in the bathtub water.
00:47:02 – The door opens during the Seance and the dog Cooper walks in.
00:50:04 – A reflection moves in the steamed-up bathroom mirror.
01:08:05 – Norman closes the fridge door and Claire is standing behind it.
01:39:55 – Norman appears behind Claire.
01:46:29 – Claire’s head falls back and she briefly appears as a decomposing corpse, startling Norman. [Video]
01:47:07 – Norman’s hand appears over the side of the bathtub.
01:54:11 – Claire stands on something sharp and screams.
01:55:50 – Norman’s fingers twitch as Claire tries to get the phone.
01:57:52 – Norman appears in the rear window of the ute.
(Major jump scares in bold)
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