Karl Delossantos’s review published on Letterboxd:
I’ve never been more attracted to Robert Pattinson than when he’s shirtless with suspenders chopping wood.
The Lighthouse is a worthy successor to Eggers’ masterpiece debut. Technically, this movie is flawless. The cinematography is argument enough for black and white movies to make a comeback and the sound is immersive. Narratively, it isn’t as strong as The Witch and plays out in a slightly odd pace that prevented me from losing myself to it. Still, Eggers is a master.