The KILO Morning Show: THE Biggest Jump Scare In A Horror Movie, As Determined By Heart Rates While Watchiong
Someone studied the heart rates of people watching dozens of horror movies, and they determined that “Sinister” from 2012 is the scariest horror movie of all time. It’s followed by “Insidious” and “The Conjuring”.
“Insidious” came in second. The test subjects reacted to both of the top movies with an average heart rate of 86 beats per minute. “Sinister” won for keeping their hearts pounding for the entire movie, while “Insidious” got the biggest jump scare.
(They didn’t identify the actual scene with the biggest jump scare, but it was probably this one.)