Director: Mike Flanagan
Starring: Zach Gilford, Henry Thomas, Annabeth Gish, Kate Siegel, Hamish Linktater, Michael Trucco, Rahul Kohli, Kristin Lehman
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Midnight Mass, Episode Six, Book VI: Acts of the Apostles starts in the aftermath of the shocking conclusion of the last episode with Erin needing to make the difficult decision on whether to return to the island to try and save everyone, or run. Back on the island Father Paul sees that Riley hasn’t returned, knowing he might well have lost one of his flock, with Bev Keane starting to take control of the situation. Erin doesn’t know who to turn to, with only Dr Gunning being one she could trust, with both sides needing to see who is supporting who, as the battle lines start to be drawn up between the residents on the island.
Thoughts on Midnight Mass, Episode Six, Book VI: Acts of the Apostles
Thoughts – Midnight Mass, Episode Six, Book VI: Acts of the Apostles is the episode that will bring us the first major look at the two major sides of the resident on the island, we have seen it slowly building up from the previous episodes. This is dealing with a shocking moment happening before, as we finally get to see the bigger picture revealed to us all. We see how residents of the island are facing the reality of what might be happening, with them being left to make the big decision. This is the episode that we have been waiting for, it might well have taken too long to get here, but now we are here, we can enjoy the glorious horror unleashed on us.
Star of the Episode – Bev Keane – spending most of the series as the one planning for the bigger moment, she gets to shine on the highest possible level in this episode, one which will see the most of the cast shine, this one will let Bev hit the highest level possible.
Best Part of the Episode – Ceremony
Final Thoughts – Midnight Mass, Episode Six, Book VI: Acts of the Apostles is the episode we have been waiting for, the one that unleashes everyone on us.