Kevin and Perry Go Large (2000, dir. Ed Bye)

Two teenage wannabe DJs go on holiday to Ibiza to lose their virginities. 90s sketch show characters get the send-them-on-vacation spinoff plot; gross-out humour and a surprisingly charming undercurrent make for a patchy flick, but Enfield and Burke capture adolescent friendship well, with the latter’s physical performance tremendous.

Ibiza Undead (2016, dir. Andy Edwards)

A lads’ vacation to Ibiza goes awry thanks to zombies. Stilted horror-comedy with variable acting, awkward plotting and a sense of a simple premise unfulfilled. A couple of good gags sneak through, and there’s an attempt at pathos towards the end, but that’s about it.