Extra Ordinary.

Extra Ordinary.

Extra Ordinary.

A driving instructor with supernatural gifts must save a girl from a Satanic rock star (Will Forte) in this Irish horror comedy nominated for Best Film at SXSW Film Festival.

When washed up rock star Christian Winter (Forte) does a deal with the devil to return him to fame, rural Ireland driving instructor Rose (Maeve Higgins) must save a neighbour's daughter from being used for Winter's Satanic purposes.

2019Rating: M, Violence, horror, sexual material & offensive language94 minsIreland, Belgium
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Extra Ordinary. / Reviews

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

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.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Part of Extra Ordinary’s novelty is that it allows supernatural comedy to feel like a lark again; the special effects are mostly low-tech and never overblown.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Extra Ordinary is spirited in every sense of the word... What’s strange is how confident this is for a pair of first-time filmmakers.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

A defiantly odd piece of work, one that comes from a very unique sense of humor that works for most of its running time, even if this is the kind of thing that likely connects with the funny bone more on late-night cable than it does in the theater.

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

The humour is low key, repeatedly mining the juxtaposition of the supernatural and the banal; a likeable performance from Maeve Higgins is the picture's driving force.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

A light but enjoyable horror/comedy/romance whose star deserves the exposure.

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Variety

Variety

Consistently funny in a pleasingly off-kilter way.

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