I'm a big cinephile, so I outright advocate seeing any film in the cinema rather than at home, if possible. I absolutely think this is something you should see on the big screen regardless though.
Robert Eggers has teamed up again with Mark Korven for the score, and much like his work on The Witch, has already stuck long in the memory. If you've seen The Witch, and/or it's trailers, you know exactly what I'm talking about. The cinematography too is fantastic. The near 1x1 aspect ratio and B&W 35mm are key in creating the feeling of claustrophobia and total isolation. At least for myself, the desperation to escape that rock wouldn't have been half as intense watching from home. Just my take.
It's a bit tricky to see at the multiplex's tho so you might have to track it down at a Showcase/Everyman or independant cinema.