The 19 Craziest Jump Scares In Horror Movies

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19. A Tale Of Two Sisters (2003)

Like many Asian horror movies, this creepy South Korean film relies more on atmosphere and dread than big jump scares. But there’s one great moment. The movie’s creepy stepmother sees a hairclip on the floor of her kitchen. She bends down to pick it up and a hand suddenly appears from under the sink and grabs her.

18. The Orphanage (2007)

Director JA Bayona is currently terrifying audiences with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and 10 years ago, he was doing much the same with this outstanding Spanish-language chiller. There’s a great, totally unexpected scare in the scene where main character Laura sees a woman hit by a bus. She goes over to the body and picks up a key hanging around neck. Suddenly, the woman grabs her arm and a sheet falls away from her head to reveal her horrendously mangled face.

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