Midnight Mass Show Poster Confirms Trailer Releases Next Week

Midnight Mass dropped an ominous poster to announce the release of its highly anticipated full trailer. The horror series is director Mike Flanagan's latest offering for Netflix, following the success of  The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting of Bly Manor. Midnight Mass will be a departure from the popular horror anthology and is marketed as a standalone project. Flanagan is also noted for his work on horror films such as Hush, Before I Wake, and Ouija: Origin of Evil.

Midnight Mass follows the spooky tale of a disgraced man (Zach Gilford) who returns to his small town of Crockett Island just as a mysterious but charismatic priest arrives. Father Paul's (Hamish Linklater) appearance brings about a religious zeal among the town's residents but strangely coincides with paranormal events. The forthcoming series brings back familiar faces from The Haunting franchise, including Kate Siegel, Henry Thomas, and Rahul Kohli. The seven-episode miniseries is scheduled to premiere on Netflix on Sept. 24.

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With only a few weeks away from its premiere, Midnight Mass shared a new motion poster on Twitter that teases the series' dark and foreboding story. The post's caption also confirms that its first full trailer will finally be unveiled next week. "Ask and you shall receive. Trailer drops in one week," the caption reads. The grim poster shows Linklater's Father Paul at the center, bearing a cryptic facial expression. Other characters are also featured as well as the island's chapel that is being engulfed in flames. Check out the chilling teaser below:

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Known for exploring deeper themes beyond scare tactics, Flanagan is poised to continue his winning streak in the horror genre with Midnight Mass. The filmmaker has previously stated that the upcoming series is his favorite work so far and is a deeply personal project for him. This time around, Midnight Mass will show evils born from both human nature and the supernatural. Despite its terrifyingly grim plot, the miniseries will have faith and hope at its core.

Nearly one year since the release of The Haunting of Bly Manor, Midnight Mass promises to be the latest horror obsession on Netflix. A short but disturbing teaser was released last month, giving people a first glimpse of the horrifying scenes to come. Since then, fans have been waiting for a full trailer that will give away more details about the plot. Based on its new poster, next week's reveal will surely be a thrilling watch and will set the tone for the highly anticipated series.

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