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Midnight Mass (2021) Has a Special Connection to Stephen King

And no one seems to be talking about it

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*Spoilers ahead*

As a horror fan, I have a shocking confession to make — I am not really a fan of Stephen King novels.

I tried reading The Shining (1977) and I gave up because I wasn't getting scared fast enough. I also tried reading Dream

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