Two lonely men trapped in a phallic beacon square off in an off-putting psychological thriller with minimal plot and maximum distractions, from Mark Korven’s relentless score to a daffy, nearly square aspect ratio. It’s best to go in without knowing too much, but — like many A24 horror movies — you should expect a slow burn and very few actual scares. Willem Dafoe should probably get his Oscar for this one, as he delivers increasingly epic monologues (and farts) under increasingly strenuous circumstances. A reticent but heavily accented Robert Pattinson fares better here than Daniel Radcliffe did in Swiss Army Man, if you want to compare squeamish fart movies starring former teen icons who are trapped on an island with a crazy man. Your turn, Zac Efron.