“Werewolf by Night” finally gave the MCU the horror movie they desperately needed, as Michael Giacchino channeled Universal Classic Monsters to deliver the story of a group of hunters slain one by one by a monster, with The cinematography, tone, and even humor of a classic ’40s monster movie. There are some surprisingly gruesome murders here for Marvel, we’re talking incineration. , beheading, mutilation, and more. This is possible because the film is in black and white, so if there is no blood red then obviously all is well.
The TV special brings something new and fresh to the MCU with its monsters and horror, while also featuring characters people love and want to see who will likely influence influence future MCU projects. While each movie and TV show that builds to a major Avengers-level event is still fun, the stories set in this universe are concise and relevant, possibly unrelated to the rest. of the franchise but very interesting. own, feels this is Marvel’s boldest move yet.
This is just what happens in comics, too, with Free Comics Day giving fans old and new the chance to learn about upcoming titles and storylines or simply get a verse. New stories are interesting independently and do not require extensive knowledge. and like it very much. With the MCU becoming as complex, expansive, and inaccessible as real Marvel comics, the Marvel Studios Special Presentation banner could be just what the franchise needs to stay fresh and interesting. .
https://www.slashfilm.com/1025609/werewolf-by-night-shows-that-marvel-needs-to-commit-to-more-one-off-specials-fantastic-fest/ Werewolf By Night shows that Marvel needs to commit to more unique specials [Fantastic Fest]