Watch Trailer: Jordan Peele Releases First Look at New Movie 'Us'

Jordan Peele gifted fans with the first look at his new social horror movie, Us, on Christmas. The award-winning director, who creeped out the nation with his Oscar-nominated film Get Out in 2017, shared the trailer for Us on Twitter Tuesday.

"Here we go. #WatchYourself #UsMovie @UsMovie," he wrote.

While the Academy Award winner's first horror movie centered on race, Peele's newest full-length feature appears to focus on matters of family and the hidden monsters within ourselves.

The trailer starts with a family—Adelaide (Lupita Nyong'o), Gabe (Winston Duke) and their two children (Shahadi Wright Joseph and Evan Alex)—taking a road trip journey to the beach, where they're set to enjoy a family vacation. When they arrive at the sandy oasis, they meet friends, played by Elizabeth Moss and Tim Heidecker, for some fun in the sun.

However, things start to go awry when the couple's son, Jason, wanders off and encounters a strange man on the beach. Although Adelaide and Gabe eventually locate the boy—without noticing the creepy man—when they get to their vacation home that night, the figure re-emerges with three others, seeming to be reincarnations of Adelaide, Gabe and their children, known as the Tethered.

What happens next in the nearly two-and-a-half-minute long trailer is a series of creeped-out images of the monstrous version of the family wreaking murdersome havoc on Nyong'o and Duke's characters.

Peele previously hinted the new movie is slated to serve as a message the "monster within."

"For my second feature, I wanted to create a monster mythology," Peele told Entertainment Weekly recently. "I wanted to do something that was more firmly in the horror genre but still held on to my love of movies that are twisted but fun."

Peele added that the movie "turns into this relentless nightmare that taps into [Adelaide's] deepest fears and ours as well—the idea that we might be our own worst enemies."

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