Extra Ordinary

Starts Friday, March 13

Lonely thirtysomething Rose (Maeve Higgins) is a driving instructor in a rural Irish town. It’s not an especially rewarding gig, but it’s all she can do to get away from her true calling — that of a paranormal “sensitive,” daughter of a famous departed TV medium.

“A winningly off-kilter comedy … a kind of tea-cosy Ghostbusters that’s consistently funny and off-the-wall.” – Dennis Harvey, Variety

She’s become accustomed to seeing spiritual activity that others are blessedly oblivious to, and she’s quite happy to keep it private. This becomes rather difficult when past-his-prime rock star Christian Winter (Will Forte) comes to town, looking for a sacrificial victim to renew his Satanic pact for one hell of a come-back album. A whole lot of supernatural craziness is about to put Rose to the test. One of the most exhilaratingly funny and endearing comedy/occult creations in recent years, Extra Ordinary is an inventively oddball paranormal extravaganza fully befitting of its title. (Dir. by Mike Ahern & Edna Loughman, 2019, Ireland/Belgium, in English, 94 mins., Rated R)