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Rose, a mostly sweet and lonely Irish driving instructor, must use her supernatural talents to save the daughter of Martin (also mostly sweet and lonely) from a washed-up rock star who is using her in a Satanic pact to reignite his fame. (R, 94 min.)

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Rose, a sweet, lonely driving instructor in rural Ireland, is gifted with supernatural abilities. Rose has a love/hate relationship with her ‘talents’ & tries to ignore the constant spirit related requests from locals – to exorcise possessed rubbish bins or haunted gravel. But! Christian Winter, a washed up, one-hit-wonder rock star, has made a pact with the devil for a return to greatness! He puts a spell on a local teenager- making her levitate. Her terrified father, Martin Martin, asks Rose to help save his daughter. Rose has to overcome the fear of her supernatural gift & work with Martin to save the girl, get the guy and be home in time for a light snack…maybe a yogurt or something. [Metacritic]

Starring: Maeve Higgins, Barry Ward, Will Forte
Director: Mike Ahern, Enda Loughman
Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Horror

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"A cracking debut feature from Irish writer-directors Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman."

— Peter Bradshaw, Guardian

"Thanks to its nonstop jokes, strong, likable characters, and marvelous cast the movie is hysterical."

— Bobby LePire, Film Threat

"an unfalteringly funny, ectoplasm-drenched horror-comedy that deserves the cult status it’s destined for."

— Al Horner, Empire

"Extra Ordinary s an extraordinarily funny tale about ghostbusting, lonely hearts and moving on. It'll possess you."

— Adam Graham, Detroit News

"Armed with wit and charm to spare, "Extra Ordinary" is joyful and creative and deserves to find an audience - in this world or the next."

— Zaki Hasan, San Francisco Chronicle

"Like those cheeky genre-splicing comedies that came before it, the Ahern-Loughman collaboration doesn't merely goose the boundary between charming and outrageous, it gleefully tramples it into oblivion."

— Michael Rechtshaffen, Los Angeles Times

"The breezy and cheeky Extra Ordinary (that’s how they’re spelling it and you’ll find out why if you check out the movie) is a romcom/possession movie with some of the biggest laughs in any film this year — and some pretty nasty and cool special effects as well."

— Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times