Halloween is around the corner, and Netflix has cataloged some spooky shows and movies to make the celebrations creepier. In the same stack, Netflix premiered a new horror drama, Midnight Mass, on September 24, 2021. Mike Flanagan is the creator and director of this show, who also made The Haunting of Hill House.
The 7-episode miniseries is ambitious, religious, unsettling, and worth streaming. It combines grief and faith to deliver breath-taking chills.
Midnight Mass Synopsis
Midnight Mass is about an isolated village on Crockett Island. The existing divisions of the village community
get amplified by the return of a disgraced young man and a charismatic priest. Father Paul’s arrival on the island coincides with strange, unseen, and seemingly miraculous events. The community, then, experiences a newfound religious fervor.
Why to watch?
The gripping, thought-provoking monologues that will leave you pondering as you finish the series are worth experiencing. Midnight Mass is a must-watch to delve deeper into the meaning of life, the flaws of man, and blind-faith in an unsettling yet profound way. The highly anticipated horror miniseries is also rich in cinematography and has a strong cast.
Midnight Mass Cast
The cast of the limited series includes Kate Siegel, Zach Gilford, Hamish Linklater, Henry Thormas, Kristin Lehman, Samantha Sloyan, Igby Rigney, Rahul Kohli, Annarah Cymone, Annabeth Gish, Alex Essoe, Rahul Abburi, Matt Biedel, Michael Trucco, Crystal Balint, and Louis Oliver.
Midnight Mass is being tagged as an emotionally moving horror series by fans. It’s leaving people in wonder along with fear. Interestingly, episode 5 is specifically receiving extreme reactions.
only four episodes in, but goddamn, im obsessed with midnight mass. Not only has my love for my boy @RahulKohli13 increased tenfold, but I’m LOVING how unsettled I feel watching the show??? There’s been scenes where I feel so uncomfortable but in the best way? IT MAKES YA FEEL
— ethan (@CrankGameplays) September 26, 2021
There’s one particular monologue by @k8siegel in #MidnightMass that absolutely broke me. It’s something I will think about for a very long time and I’m sure it’s already brought comfort to so many. Thank you @flanaganfilm and everyone involved in bringing this story to life 🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/0T2ai3hfkD
— David Opie (@DavidOpie) September 26, 2021
Finished @midnightmass @intrepid – beautiful, haunting, hypnotic and it has just wrecked me emotionally completely . No one does horror & drama better than the auteur @flanaganfilm . He has completely knocked it out of the park here. #MidnightMass
Thank you Mike Flanagan. pic.twitter.com/pinTnsrhi3
— GeekoB@nz (@Geeko_Banz) September 26, 2021
you know it’s good when the guy you’re referencing gives his personal stamp of approval pic.twitter.com/BD82wwvfGC
— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) September 26, 2021
There's a speech, at the end of #midnightmassnetflix – about, essentially, the meaning of life, that was of more comfort to me than any recent therapy session, any inspirational quote or religious dogma. IN A HORROR SERIES. Seriously, check it out.
— Darren Hayes (@darrenhayes) September 26, 2021
Netflix needs to disable the ‘start next episode’ feature specifically for Ep 5 of Midnight Mass.
— Andy Ritchie🎃🍂 (@SpaceRaptor) September 25, 2021
Midnight Mass Season 2
Being officially a miniseries, it is unlikely that the show will return for another season. The ending leaves no specific cliff-hangers but lingering thoughts where you question existence. The series has been receiving positive reviews, both from critics and audiences alike. So, we think that Netflix might commission newer horror shows around the theme that Midnight Mass followed. Though, a renewal is unfavorable.
Let us know what made you watch the series if you already did. If haven’t, how excited you are to binge it tonight? Drop your comments below.