Maeve Higgins, Will Forte and Barry Ward are the stars of Extra Ordinary, a new comedy / horror / fantasy directed by Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman.
Extra Ordinary is the story of a sweet, lonely driving instructor who has a love/hate relationship with her supernatural powers. She ignores the constant spirit related requests from locals; that is until one particular request…
There’s no denying it. The satanic element gives me the heebie jeebies but the humour, the humour has my attention.
Claudia O’Doherty, Jamie Beamish, Terri Chandler, Risteard Cooper, Emma Coleman, Carrie Crowley, Siobhan McSweeney and Valerie O’Connor also star.
7 Days In Hell is HBO’s new sports comedy/ TV movie starring Andy Samberg, Kit Harrington, Mary Steenburgen, Fred Armisen and many more including Serena Williams and John McEnroe who play versions of themselves.
Shot in the style of a documentary expose, the TV movie focuses on the rivalry between two fictional tennis players, known to be the greatest of all time and their 2004 match that lasted 7 days. The concept is definitely nuts, but in the very best way.
All I know of Kit Harrington is that he is / was in that massively successful TV Show, Game Of Thrones, a series I’m still yet to watch, but something tells me that his Seven Days In Hell character, Charles Poole is very different to Jon Snow in an exciting way.
I’m expecting great performances from the entire cast, but besides Kit Harrington’s character, I really hope there’s plenty of Fred Armisen as the Tennis Historian because my, that accent is really rather good / brilliantly entertaining.