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  • Actors: Julian Morris
  • Directors: Oliver Blackburn
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Magnolia Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: April 7, 2009
  • Run Time: 99 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001MYIXBG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #171,874 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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After meeting at a nightclub in a Mediterranean resort, seven young adults overindulge in champagne and ecstasy. Completely letting go of their inhibitions, they capture their wild partying aboard a luxury yacht on video camera. But when their reckless sexual endeavors are taken too far, one of them dies in a freak accident. The remaining members of the group argue about what to do, which leads to a ruthless fight for survival.

Customer Reviews

The acting is not great but ok.
Touch of Class
An accidental death, illegal drugs, sex, blackmail and all involved are on the verge of promising careers and they make nothing but bad choices.
Thomas E. O'Sullivan
Basically, "Donkey Punch" is about a bunch of idiots who do really stupid things for about an hour and a half.
Sir Jub-Jub

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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Nick S on April 8, 2009
Format: DVD
As a setting, the horror, thriller, and suspense genres have had a mixed amount of luck out at sea, despite the location being ripe for fear. From the high-brow cinematic treasures like Knife in the Water (1962) to the A-list cast Dead Calm (1989), the hokey Ghost Ship (2002), and the average Below (2002): the enclosed, isolated atmosphere of the ocean can create the setup for many claustrophobic movies dependent on tension. One such film is Donkey Punch: survival horror about a group of youths that become torn apart when one of them dies during a yacht cruise. Lines are drawn amongst those on the boat and violence and murder begins to spiral out of control. Do note, that the word "Donkey Punch" refers to a dangerous and depraved sex act, which serves as the catalysis for the events that take place. As a terror ride Donkey Punch is much better than most, with much of the last hour of the film well near riveting, even if much of what is done is expected.

Despite some of its clear flaws, Donkey Punch breaks barriers of what can be considered taboo, especially amazing in a time of alleged torture porn films and arty non-simulated sex movies like The Brown Bunny (2003). This film is quite shocking in nearly every way imaginable, but despite many being put off by what is displayed on screen, others hopefully will see that the film is quite masterfully emotional in the nerve-wracking sense. As Donkey Punch is a film that creates a "what if?" scenario and with it a battle of the sexes erupts stemming from introspection for some of the characters and self-preservation for others. The film is unpleasant, yes. However, everything it shows (though done to the extreme) is a fact of life: whether it be gratuitous and unpleasant sexual acts or even murder to sustain a normal existence.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mons on January 29, 2010
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The movie's title should tell you all you need to know about the artistic ambition of the filmmakers. A Donkey Punch is not a boxing term or a beverage served in a bowl at parties. It's an act of violence perpetrated during sex - possible mythical (I'm naive in these matters) - in which the aggressor punches his partner hard on the back of the neck causing involuntary muscular contractions. So Donkey Punch is to four-legged mammals what Dirty Sanchez is to unwashed Mexicans and Strawberry Shortcake is to fruity deserts.

The film opens in sun-kissed Ibiza where a group of pleasure-seeking English boys pick up a gaggle of fellow countrylasses in a bar and, after plying them with champagne, invite them back onboard their private yacht for after party. The girls are soon installed on said vessel, glass in hand, bikinis likewise. Once the drink starts to flow and the industrial-strength amphetamines kick in, the youngsters pair off and go below deck to, er, cement their new bonds of friendship. In the ensuing orgy one of the boys misguidedly attempts a - I can hardly write it - Donkey Punch on his partner with the result that she dies instantly. What follows is a slickly executed but remarkably unengaging chain of slasher-style killings, intrigues and plot-twists played out in the confined spaces of a small luxury yacht. It's a sort of cross between Texas Chainsaw Massacre I and Dead Calm. Yet while the former is a genuinely creepy experience and the latter has strong individual character performances, the cast of Donkey Punch are virtually indistinguishable, both in appearance and acting ability. Except for the bad guy, you can tell it's him because of his hair-lip.
So while being technically proficient piece of filmmaking by debut director Olly Blackburn, much about Donkey Punch simply comes across as a dramatised version of Temptation Island.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Sir Jub-Jub on March 8, 2010
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Basically, "Donkey Punch" is about a bunch of idiots who do really stupid things for about an hour and a half. The "film" concerns another one of those "we killed someone and lets cover it up" plots. Of course, nothing goes the way the characters want and they all end up paying for their transgressions. The problem with the film is that the characters are all isolated on a yacht out at sea. While the yacht is pretty cool, there is not many places to hide or do much else so the tension is more or less evaporated and comes down to who is going to kill who next. None of the characters seem to behave in any sort of realistic way and thus I must assume they are all idiots. The film contains some full frontal male nudity which I guess was thrown in so that there would be something to talk about. What was not included was any sort of plot or characters that were at all interesting. This same movie might have made a better comedy.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Thomas E. O'Sullivan on May 5, 2009
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DONKEY PUNCH is truly the Eeyore of horror films - it's glum for no good reason and that confused me. What we have here is a good idea framed inside some great direction (initally, the opening scenes set on land are virtually flawless, but once the movie moves to the sea and the interior of the boat, it's day, it's night, there's water and there's a boat - blah!) matched with wildly uneven performances (why someone hadn't killed the Ali-G knock off before he got on the boat is beyond me) which is then rested up against what is essentially a porn film - full frontal nudity is given by all the actors involved and I admire them for braving the camera and our judgement, but, you can't help feeling that all involved got robbed here by the actual story, because, there is none.

There is not one moment in DONKEY PUNCH that has not already been seen by you a hundred times before. An accidental death, illegal drugs, sex, blackmail and all involved are on the verge of promising careers and they make nothing but bad choices. Instead of fessing up, sticking to a plan and dealing with the problem, they dump it and then spend the rest of the post-donkey punch running time killing each other off slowly in ever increasing, but oddly, boring ways. The kills get larger, but the feeling that they matter never rises to the surface.

It's just your typical "locked room" horror scenario. They way out is as clear as bell, but since no one wants to own up, everyone opts for black social commentary by selling us, again, that the difference between the rational and the animal is just one donkey punch away. Again, blah! I dislike having to use such a blah word as "blah!", but, really, this is blah!
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