Best, Biggest Jump in a Genre Movie (The Classics)
The dream sequence turned sudden nightmare at the end of Carrie (1976)
Clown toy gone, kid peeks under bed, no clown, camera follows as kid sits back up, BOOM! (Poltergiest, 1982)
The Exorcist (1973) - jump at the end of restored "spiderwalk" (or shit, take your pick with THAT movie)
Jaws (1975)- Brody tossing out chum on deck of Quint's boat, guess who decides to make a surprise appearance to say hi? (Next line: "We're gonna need a bigger boat.")
(Jaws, 1975) Hooper screwing around underwater to pry out a shark tooth from the bottom of a deserted boat, head of boat's now-deceased owner suddenly drops in (Also Jaws, 1975)
Alien (1979) Baby alien's birthday via sudden "chest-burster" (at the breakfast table, of all places)
Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983) Hideous Rabbit-Monster explodes out of Uncle Walt's hat when magic trick suddenly derails during "It's a Good Life" segment
Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983) An already-terrified John Lithgow picks the worst possible moment to slide up shade covering window of his window-seat during "Nightmare At 20,000 Feet" segment
Here's a double: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) Kirk opens meat freezer to A. find Pam, suddenly not as dead as she looks, screams, then B. turns to flee and runs right into a roaring Leatherface
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