Donkey Punch

This party is going overboard
This party is going overboard
DONKEY PUNCH (18)
D: Olly Blackburn
Crown International/Magnolia (Angus Lamont, Robin Gutch & Mark Herbert)
UK 🇬🇧 2008
99 mins
 
Thriller/Horror
 
W: David Bloom & Olly Blackburn
DP: Nanu Segal
Ed: Kate Evans
Mus: François-Eudes Chanfrault
 
Robert Boulter (Sean), Sian Breckin (Lisa), Tom Burke (Bluey), Nichola Burley (Tammi), Julian Morris (Josh), Jay Taylor (Marcus), Jaime Winstone (Kim)
 
Donkey Punch is a thoroughly unpleasant British thriller named after a similarly unpleasant sexual practice in which the recipient of anal penetration is punched in the back of the head at the moment of climax, so basically it's like rape. Classy.
In the film, a group of common English slappers on their holidays in Mallorca meet a group of horny deckhands, all of whom think they're Danny Dyer for some unknown reason. They take the girls aboard their yacht to take lots of drugs and give the tarts the fuck of their lives. It all goes wrong however when one of the lads attempts the questionable sexual practice and ends up killing the girl (because you'd have to be stupid to not realise that punching someone in the back of the head can be a fatal assault!)
A cover-up is then planned so that the murder isn't discovered, although by this time, you couldn't give a shit if they all died, the characters are so morally abhorrent, it's impossible to sympathise with any of them. 
The production values are no better than a student film, complete with insipid dialogue and a storyline with no redeeming features and an ambiguous moral which is either trying to say that young ladies ought to be less uninhibited when they go on their jollies or, more likely, not to punch someone in the back of their head while you're fucking them.
2/10
 
Donkey Punch
Donkey Punch