Scariest horror movies on Netflix 2022: The 10 best horrors on Netflix UK, ranked in order of jump scares – The Scotsman

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We are just under a fortnight away Halloween – and Netflix have been loading up their platform with a host of terrifying horror films that are guaranteed to make you jump out of your skin!
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While horror movies come in many different shapes and sizes, the adrenaline that comes with a jump scare is always unparalleled in the world of cinema.
Seen as one of the most effective and terrifying moments of a horror movie, the ‘jump scare’ has delighted and spooked audiences for decades. Many will attest that it is perhaps where horror sparks its magic the most.
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However, if you’re wanting to ensure you and your household don’t waste time on a movie that doesn’t scare in the right way, using website Where’s The Jump?, we’ve put together a list of the scariest movies on Netflix UK this Halloween, using ‘jump scare per movie’ as our main metric.
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Not only is it one of the best modern horrors around – it is also one of the jumpiest ever made with 24 jump scares throughout the movie – and a terrifying 10 of those jump scares classed a 'major' scares. Eek.
Photo: Blumhouse Productions
The Jason Voorhees remake is one of the jumpiest on Netflix with the slasher producing a walloping 23 jump scares – and two of them classed a major jump scares.
Photo: Brendon Thorne
Dubbed 'the scariest yet' on release, the third edition in the Paranormal Activity franchise offers up a total of 20 jump scares, with three of them described as major jumps.
Photo: Blumhouse Productions
New decade. New rules. New Ghostface. Same good, old fashioned slasher with plenty of jump scares – 18 in total.
Photo: Larry Busacca
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