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13 Nightmarish Netflix Movies Full of Jump Scares

Jump scares are one of the oldest tricks in horror films. They’re those moments when everything goes quiet and dark, and you’re suddenly jolted out of your seat. Jump scares can be cheap thrills or genuine frights, but no matter how they’re used, they’re definitely entertaining. Some horror filmmakers abhor the tactic and instead focus on building atmospheric tension.
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