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Running Time:
1 hour, 30 minutes

Rating: R Restricted. Under 17 Requires Accompanying Adult.

Rating Explanation:
for a scene of strong sexual content involving an aberrant violent act, graphic nudity, violence, language and drug use.

Jimmy's Buzz Guide Review:
There's enough nudity, gore, drugs and a cast of attractive newcomers to please almost all slasher/thriller fans.

Additional Info:
DVD Features: Closed Caption; Deleted scenes; Making of Donkey Punch; Director interview; Cast interviews; Director commentary.

CAST:
Robert Boulter ... Sean
Sian Breckin ... Lisa
Tom Burke ... Bluey
Nichola Burley ... Tammi
Julian Morris ... Josh
Jay Taylor ... Marcus
Jaime Winstone ... Kim



Donkey Punch
On a girl’s weekend in Mallorca, feisty Kim (Jaime Winstone) and carefree Lisa (Sian Breckin) are determined to party and help their best friend Tammi (Nichola Burley)  forget her ex-boyfriend back home. Giggling, dancing and flirting, they’re up for fun and maybe a little bit of trouble too, and find more than that with three guys from London: Marcus (Jay Taylor), who's a smooth operatorBluey (Tom Burke), a bad boy drug-dealer and fresh-faced Josh (Julian Morris).

They all hit it off instantly and, while sipping stolen champagne on the beach, the boys brag about the luxury yacht they are crewing on for the summer, and manage to lure the girls back to the boat. Despite Tammi’s hesitation, Kim and Lisa finally coax their friend onboard, but only after they’ve met Josh’s older brother Sean (Robert Boulter) who’d stayed behind on the boat while the boys were bar-hopping.

When the boys return to the boat, Josh gives the girls the grand tour, Bluey pumps up the music but Sean demands that Bluey turn the music down. Marcus decides they should head out to sea instead, where noise won’t be a problem. Bluey distributes some ecstasy pills to take along with their champagne and as the drugs kick in talk turns sexual and the girls and guys begin to pair up. Bluey and Marcus decide to take the action below deck, and as their video camera comes out suddenly a game of dare leads to a horrific fatal accident.

Forced to think on their feet, rash decisions are made and the girls see the boys turn sharply from charming to cold and calculating as they see their futures disappearing before their eyes. It's the boys against the girls and against each other as drug-fueled paranoia sets in and the true nature of each character comes out.

Striking for its sparseness and its attractive cast of newcomers, Donkey Punch directed by Oliver Blackburn ("Wonderful World") features only a couple of knives, a chain saw, a rifle, and a rope, but as the bodies inevitably pile up, as in any typical slasher film, only one survivor remains alive. Who it is, you'll probably guess from the start.

Donkey Punch with Robert Boulter: DVD Cover 







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