How about a sci-fi film / TV series with multiple plots occurring during four different eras in time:
1~ 8th century: The Carolingian bishop Agobard of Lyon's accounts of the realm of Magonia, where cunning aerial sailors travel the clouds in ships and team with wizards to steal grain from the fields during the magically raised storms.
2~ 12th century: The sighting of green-skinned children in the village of Woolpit in Suffolk, England.
3~ 20th century (1947): The Roswell incident involving the crash of a "flying disc" and the covered up by the United States government.
4~ 21th century (2019
): The Storm Area 51 movement, a meme created in order to uncover alien artifacs stored at Area 51.
Before the start of the Covid-19
pandemic, a villain character within the The Storm Area 51
story (21th century), Colonel Tyler Jessup, becomes the narrator of the Roswell Story
(20th century). He claims to know the true nature of UFOs, as technological artifacts of non-human manufacture from other dimensions (not planets of our dimension), with Area 51 being the site where one of them is studied, which was found in Roswell.
He uses as a reference the novel Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions
where two-dimensional beings live in a two-dimensional world, a square is visited by a three-dimensional sphere. The square, however, is unable to see the three-dimensional sphere and instead he saw a two-dimensional circle that expand and retract.
Within the Roswell Story
(20th century) the Major Jesse A. Marcel becomes the narrator of the Green children of Woolpit story
(12th century) while witnesses the remains of humanoid corpses (which reminds him the kids of that legend) near the crashed objetc.
Within the Green children of Woolpit story
(12th century) the monk and writer Ralph of Coggeshall becomes the narrator of the Magonia
story (8th century), while trying to figure out about the green-skinned children who spoke an unknown language, and only ate raw broad beans.
(8th century). Here, a young woman is abducted by the "sailors" and we can finally have a small glimpse of where they come from.
The stories would be interconnected (rather one within another, like a matryoshka doll), but presented in parallel, kinda like in the Wachowskis Cloud Atlas
This would be something, if they stuck to the werewolf lore part where they only transform when it's a full moon. And don't have control over it, or transform every night no mattter the moon.
Yes I agree.