Last week Marvel Studios announced that they would be releasing a color version of their special presentation Halloween horror film Werewolf at night. Some fans have complained and complained about this announcement, but the director of the film, Michele Gioacchinohe actually helped develop this new version of the film and had a vision he wanted to capture with it.
Giacchino recently talked about the color version X and revealed that it pays homage to Hammer horror films. He said:
“We spent a lot of time working on this color version. We wanted to pay homage to the incredibly vibrant colors of horror films like those made by Hammer. A completely new look for #werewolfbynight.”
I think it’s really cool! I love those old Hammer horror films from the 60s and 70s and one of the things that sets them apart from other horror films are the vibrant colours. Those colors stood out, especially the reds.
The ad came with some pictures and the following description:
“Now presented in vibrant color, Marvel Studios’ Werewolf by Night in Color is set on a dark and brooding night, when a secret cabal of monster hunters emerges from the shadows and gathers in the eerie Bloodstone Temple following the death of their leader. In a strange and macabre memorial to the leader’s life, participants are drawn into a mysterious and deadly competition for a powerful relic, a hunt that will ultimately bring them face to face with a dangerous monster. Inspired by horror films of the 1930s and 1940s, the chilling special aims to evoke a sense of dread and the macabre, with plenty of suspense and scares along the way as we explore a new corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The project is a throwback to the black and white horror films of the 1930s and 1940s. The story centers on a group of unusual suspects brought together on an eerie night, and one of them is the Night Werewolf. They find themselves in a position where they are forced to stay alive as the end of the night approaches.
Disney+ will debut the color version of Werewolf at night on Disney+ on October 20, teasing that it now has “bright colors.” Werewolf at night the release of a color version isn’t the only news for the Marvel Studios special, as the original version of the special is now also available to stream on another streaming service, Hulu.
by Joey Paur
Source: Geek Tyrant
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