[Warning: The below contains Major spoilers for Midnight Mass
Season 1. Don’t read before finishing all 7 episodes!] By now, you should have devoured Midnight Mass
, the new seven-episode thriller from Mike Flanagan
(The Haunting of Hill House and Bly Manor). That’s not only because we’re about to spill a bunch of stuff about the series, but also because it’s a damn triumph. Horrifying and heartbreaking, insightful and daringly spiritual, the long-gestated project stars Flanagan’s wife Kate Siegel
as Erin Greene, one of the residents of the isolated Crockett Island, which is beset by a series of supernatural events coinciding with the sudden arrival of a new priest (Hamish Linklater
), and the return of prodigal son Riley Flynn
. Across the board, the ensemble is top-notch and the combination of slowly mounting dread, deeply realized characters and unthinkable evil is, well, a mass effect we can’t stop thinking about. We chatted with ...