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Should You Watch “Midnight Mass” Next?

Depends what you’re looking for.

Hamish Linklater as a mysterious priest in the Netflix series ‘Midnight Mass’ (Eike Schroter/Netflix)

Netflix’ “Midnight Mass” is a scary, sensitive Russian doll of a show; a story that presents a new face as each of its 7 hour+ episodes unfold.

It grabs you with a real and terrifying opening, shifts into an atmospheric morality tale about religious fundamentalism, pivots suddenly into a full-blown monster movie, and…

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Mike Troiano

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