The Marvel Cinematic Universe's shadows are coming together to form a new corner in this franchise that keeps growing.

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It's not full of brightly coloured heroes like the Avengers or villains who want the world's attention.

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Instead, it's full of monsters in every shade of grey who have to live in a black-and-white world. Sam Raimi's Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness opened the door to horror at Marvel Studios.

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Michael Giacchino's Werewolf by Night, a 53-minute entry called a "Marvel Special Presentation,"

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blows that door off its hinges and fully immerses audiences in a world that has always been on the edge, even in Marvel books.

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50 years ago, Marvel Comics changed their world by putting scary things in it. And now, 50 years later, it's happening again in film

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and TV. There are now monsters in Marvel.

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Giacchino is best known as the composer for hit movies like Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Jurassic World, Doctor Strange, Spider-Man: No Way Home,

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and The Batman. With Werewolf by Night, he firmly establishes himself as a double threat in the entertainment world.

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Giacchino is more than just a good director; he goes above and beyond, making a loving tribute to Universal and Hammer horror movies with the action

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