See below for the exact times and descriptions of the 13 jump scares in Wind Chill, which has a jump scare rating of 3.0.
Jump Scare Rating: Quite a few jump scares from the 20 minute mark to the end although most are minor. 58:30 is probably the most significant as it is a very sudden, loud moment in a previously quiet scene.
Synopsis: Two college students sharing a ride home for Christmas begin to experience supernatural events after they breakdown on an isolated, snow-covered road.
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Jump Scares: 13 (1 major, 12 minor)
Reviews: IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes
Director: Gregory Jacobs
Runtime: 91 minutes
Netflix (US): No
Jump Scare Times
00:22:27 – The girl attempts to make a phone call but is interupted by the guy who says “What are you doing?” from right behind her.
00:30:20 – The guy once again startles the girl, this time by saying “hey” from behind her.
00:36:00 – The guy puts his hand down the back of the seat and suddenly starts screaming (as a joke).
00:44:16 – The guy sees some hands in the ice.
00:44:40 – The guy sees a frozen corpse.
00:45:48 – The girl puts her hand on the back of a figure walking the other direction but quickly withdraws as he is very cold to the touch. The man then turns around to reveal a grossly deformed face.
00:49:22 – Someone knocks on the car door.
00:58:00 – The car radio turns on.
00:58:30 – A car window is smashed and the girl is pulled out of the car. [Video].
00:59:37 – The girl suddenly sits up in the back seat.
01:11:47 – The girl sees some bare feet in front of her as she crawls through the snow.
01:20:45 – The policeman jumps out of the burning car and tries to attack the girl and the truck driver.
01:21:39 – The policeman is suddenly standing beside the truck as the girl tries to call for help.
(Major jump scares in bold)
Watch with subtitles that warn you about jump scares! Download the .srt file of the jump scares in Wind Chill. [More info]
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