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Midnight Mass Fans Are Just Finding Out The Priest's True Identity

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Midnight Mass Fans Are Just Finding Out The Priest's True Identity

As it’s now October, we’re fully embracing spooky season by spending every evening watching horrors and thrillers.

And it’s Netflix’s latest supernatural thriller series, Midnight Mass, that has got us hooked (and hiding behind the sofa).

The seven-part drama, created and directed by Mike Flanagan (the man behind The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting of Bly Manor), follows a small, isolated community, who welcome a new, charismatic priest.

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The priest’s arrival only exacerbates existing divisions in the community – and a series of strange and scary events begin to occur.

And, as it transpires, there’s good reason for this.

*Spoiler alert, guys!*

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Midnight Mass's priest has turned heads (Credit: Netflix)
Midnight Mass's priest has turned heads (Credit: Netflix)

The priest who has captivated the village is actually a vampire – only some people are perceiving him as an angel and choosing to worship him.

Fans of the show have taken to Twitter to share their reactions, and it’s safe to say they are shook.

“There's not a single flaw in Midnight Mass but I have to say I found it absolutely hilarious and kind of appalling how everyone saw this demon/vampire/whatever the f**k monstrosity and called it an angel,” one person wrote.

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“I'm gonna be honest, I appreciate the vampire's dramatic ass wearing the golden vestment,” a second person joked.

An angel? Or a vampire (Credit: Netflix)
An angel? Or a vampire (Credit: Netflix)

“Finished watching Midnight Mass, plot is literally just 'priest confuses vampire with angel and causes his entire community to die,'” a third said.

While a fourth added: “This fool really saying vampires are angels…”

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And a fifth wrote: “Watching Midnight Mass, so you tell me no one in the whole frickin’ island knows what a vampire is?? No one knows about Dracula, Blade, Twilight?“

Midnight Mass has prompted 'opinions' (Credit: Netflix)
Midnight Mass has prompted 'opinions' (Credit: Netflix)

And the sixth, slightly hornier fan, said: “I’m oddly attracted to the vampire priest in Midnight Mass.”

Hmmm… rather you than us.

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Midnight Mass is available to stream on Netflix.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV And Film, Netflix, Halloween

Kimberley Bond
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