Patrick’s review published on Letterboxd:
How often can a movie feel it goes on forever, never letting go of you?
The Lighthouse made me feel something I haven’t felt before, it’s such a unique experience and I don’t think psychological horror will ever get better than this, I know this term is overused but this film has such a sense of isolation I felt like I couldn’t leave the theatre if I wanted, my eyes were glued to the screen the entire time. Walking into the cinema, I was worried I wouldn’t like it, but once that opening shot blasts into frame, it itched into my brain and hasn’t left me at all, as well as so many moments in the film, I can’t forget this film, it’s so memorable I can remember so many shots, and so many scenes and little moments, it just blows my mind how good this movie is, everything about it, literally everything is top notch. I can’t think of a flaw, it’s marvellously presented, there are no highlights because it’s just the entire film, I don’t even know where to begin with this film, so I’ll just leave my rating and do a better review when I see it again next week