If you're not a fan of sudden frights/jump scares, then count yourself lucky you didn't come across this ad because, well, let's just say this is what we looked like watching it:
The film, which follows an investigation after a nun commits suicide, then a freaky demon nun lets loose on the Vatican, is already set to be one of this year's scary films but their new set of teases for the movie have just taken things to the next level. So much so that YouTube has had to remove one ad for being too damn horrifying.
The 6-second ad starts with a black screen with the volume/sound emoji displayed at the center being turned down to make you go 'What? Why's my phone glitching out?" and to trick you into turning your volume up to fix it.
The video then cuts to the biggest jumpscare we've seen with the Nun popping up out of no where screaming for her life (which almost took ours from a heart attack when we saw it.)
The ad was too much for some viewers though with one tweeting out saying:
'WARNING! If you see an ad on youtube with the volume sign being turned down and nothing else, ITS A JUMPSCARE for the new NUN movie coming out. i advise you look away and/or turn down the volume if you have anxiety or just straight up hate jumpscares, pls rt to save a life.'
After getting over 150,000 likes and over 135,000 retweets, YouTube responded to the tweet saying they had taken it down:
But ofcourse we know, even though we've just spent all this time warning you about the ad, you want to watch it. So feel free to freak yourself out and check it out below: