Guess Agatha Harkness was right when she told Wanda she had no idea how dangerous she was.
Warning: major spoilers for 'Multiverse of Madness' ahead.
'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness' has marked Marvel's first foray into horror, and, judging from how terrified some fans actually were after seeing certain scenes, the venture turns out to be quite successful.
Among the many deaths that occur in the Doctor Strange sequel, there is one that has been almost unilaterally declared by fans to be the most brutal in the movie.
We're talking about the way Wanda tackled Black Bolt – one of the members of the Illuminati in the movie, who took the liberty of trying to prevent Wanda Maximoff from doing what she wants.
Black Bolt, for his part, literally had his head exploding. No jokes here, just a regular Marvel PG-13 movie.
The fate of John Krasinski's Reed Richards, according to the early fan reviews, was no less gruesome – this guy turned into spaghetti.
The scariest thing is that Wanda's killing spree does not stop after she brutally murders the Illuminati, with the sorcerers aligned with Doctor Strange also having to brace for, say, being burnt alive.
If you are still eager to watch all of that yourself, you can join Doctor Strange and Wanda Maximoff on a journey to the multiverse of madness starting May 6. Just, you know… watch your head.