In any case, before the spoilers begin, let me say unequivocally, that I highly recommend Midnight Mass to not just horror-lovers, but more or less anyone, given that it’s a great series that transcends the genre, just like Mike Flanagan’s last two “Hauntings” that he did for Netflix. Midnight Mass...
Have you heard the good news? He is risen. Riley Flynn died and was born again as a vampire. The show may eschew the v-word, the same way shows and movies about the proverbial walking dead never say “zombie,” but we’re under no such obligation here. But his plight is different than that of most vampire victims you’ll come across, insofar as his guide into this dark new world believes he’s on a mission from God.
Around the midpoint of Mike Flanagan’s new Netflix horror serial “Midnight Mass,” in the middle of a conversation about loss, Kate Siegel’s character Erin asks Zach Gilford’s Riley: “What happens when you die?” Humanity’s been grappling with with that big question for millennia, and a single conversation likely won’t crack it. But Riley tries, delivering a monologue about the body’s atoms “scattered across the goddamn cosmos” and becoming one with everything, his speech underscored by plaintive piano. The character is reaching beyond his grasp in order to deliver emotional catharsis and meandering into well-meant cliché. So, too, is the show. Flanagan’s third...
Strange things are afoot on Crockett Island. A number of individuals are experiencing inexplicable changes that seem to occur overnight and defy medical science. At an annual festival, a man’s beloved dog suddenly dies — and it appears someone might have poisoned the poor fella. And what’s with the new priest in town who seems strangely familiar?
Mike Flanagan‘s Netflix universe is expanding with the addition of new series Midnight Mass, his third following 2018’s The Haunting of Hill House and 2020’s The Haunting of Bly Manor. While Midnight Mass isn’t part of The Haunting universe, plenty of familiar faces return to the mix for this fresh...
No major religion survives the eons without being a source of comfort and reassurance to its followers, but if the incidents described in ancient scripture started happening in real life, it would bring people to their knees in a much more traumatic way. Healing the sick is one thing, but raising the dead? Doomsday prophets? Turning bread and wine into flesh and blood, and an angry deity unleashing plagues, fires, and floods? Be careful what you pray for.
Happy first Friday of Fall, everyone! There’s a slight crispness to the air that wasn’t there before, and all around stores are breaking out the Halloween candy/decorations. Everything just feels fresh and new, and that does not stop with the season; your favorite streaming platforms are adding to the newness with a batch of hot new movies and shows available to stream. And whether you prefer Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, or all of the above, there are a ton of new and exciting titles on every platform to check out this weekend. But before you drown in the options, let Decider help you point out the freshest picks! We are here to help you figure out what to watch this weekend and where to stream it.
An isolated island community dealing with miraculous events and frightening omens after a mysterious young priest moves to the area. The limited series "Midnight Mass" streams on Netflix this weekend. Gino joins FOX6 WakeUp with the scoop.
Rahul Kohli is going through a crisis of faith. Unlike many of the characters in his new Netflix series Midnight Mass, he’s not having issues about religion. No, his crisis is over his dedication to Star Wars. I’ve spoken to Rahul Kohli twice before, asking him about everything from those...
There’s a reason Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy have a lengthy list of frequent collaborators that continues to grow. Yes, they churn out quality material, but time and time again I hear about how the two foster a warm, welcoming and stimulating creative environment. The Intrepid Pictures duo made the most of those qualities in 2018’s The Haunting of Hill House and 2020’s The Haunting of Bly Manor, and now they continue creating gems with that growing on-set family with Midnight Mass.
Fall is finally here, and Netflix is gearing up for a great fall season with many new releases on the way in October. We also have a great list of the Best Halloween movies and shows to get you ready for the Halloween season. This week, the Netflix Top 10...
The ‘Reservation Dogs’ Finale, ‘Top Chef’ News, and an Interview With ‘Midnight Mass’ Creators Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy
Chris and Andy talk about the potential IATSE strike and how it might affect the production industry (1:00), the news that Top Chef will be heading to Houston next (12:03), and the finale of Reservation Dogs (27:10). Then Chris is joined by the creators of Midnight Mass, Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy, to talk about the new show (43:01).
The rollout of the 2021-22 TV season continues in the coming week, with the two longest-running shows on network TV — The Simpsons and Law & Order: SVU — both opening new seasons. The creator of Netflix’s Haunting series has a new show on the streamer, and on the opposite end of the creepy/comfy spectrum, a new season of The Great British Baking Show begins. The long-delayed Tony Awards also get a slot, albeit (mostly) in a new home.
Netflix released a trailer for “Midnight Mass,” Mike Flanagan’s upcoming supernatural horror limited series, premiering on Sept. 24 on the streamer. The series follows a small, isolated island community whose members are challenged by the return of a disgraced man (Zach Gilford) and the arrival of a charismatic priest (Hamish Linklater). When the latter’s appearance leads to unexplained events, the community cries “miracle,” but the new religious fervor comes with a price. As seen in the trailer, which you can watch below, a cult-like phenomena ensues.
The new Netflix original series from The Haunting anthology creator Mike Flanagan will be coming to the streamer soon. Fans of Flanagan’s work have been waiting for something new from the horror genius for a while. The wait is almost for Midnight Mass!. Midnight Mass marks Flanagan’s fourth Netflix original...
Midnight Mass’s Annarah Cymone age, Instagram, height, roles: Everything to know about the Leeza actress
Midnight Mass is here and it is super awesome! Audiences everywhere are absolutely loving every second of this ominous series and are praising this new Netflix original series for its intriguing plot, shocking twists, and most of all, its ensemble full of skillful actors and actresses. Annarah Cymone is one...