Louis-Charles’s review published on Letterboxd:
Loved how it's filled with numerous references to those classic Hollywood films, wether it's through a shot, the missing girl or the music. Really felt like an hommage from David Robert Mitchell to those films. Can't help but absolutely love it goes absolutely all in on the paranoia and conspiracy. It's almost too much that it becomes absurd, loved it. Garfield is perfect for the role; he looks like he's lost in his head right from the beginning. Really liked the direction from Divd Robert Mitchell too; there's some really nicely constructed scenes. I also quite appreciated how he didn't answer everything and left us wondering about some characters. Under the Silver Lake might not be a perfect film, but I don't really care. I just had one hell of a good time with it.