Coulrophobia, or the irrational fear of clowns, has no doubt seen a rise since Stephen King's famed horror novel "It" hit shelves in 1986, but now we've got a fresh 2017 reason to lock the windows when we drive past a circus.
"It" premiered Tuesday night at the world-famous TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, with the film's cast and crew rolling out the black carpet to promote the film. There were no clowns in attendance, but that may be for good reason.
Check out the video above for what Bill Skarsgård, Jackson Scott, and some of the film's crew had to say about whether or not clowns creep them out.
And be sure to check out this video of the It art exhibition on display in Los Angeles if you dare.