After getting dumped by his girlfriend Tiffani (Rebekah Kochan), Caleb (Scott Lunsford) commiserates with his roommate Kyle (Jim Verraros), who notes that while he has trouble getting the men he wants he could get any woman because he's gay.
- Stars:Rebekah Kochan, Scott Lunsford, Jim Verraros, Natalie Burge, Adrienne Pearson, Jillian Nusbaum, Ryan Carnes, Kris Black, Emily Brooke Hands, Billy Shepard, Maurice Grossman, John Janezic, Ditte Lokon, Dani Millan, Stafford Williamson,
- Director:Q. Allan Brocka,
- Writer:Q. Allan Brocka
After getting dumped by his slutty girlfriend, Caleb falls in love with Gwen. However, thanks to Caleb's roommate, Gwen thinks he's gay and sets him up with her roommate, Marc. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eating Out torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Not as good as the first one
(es) wrote: oh man that German cop is so hot! totally wanna do him!was a little disappointed in the end but enjoyed it for the most part.
(mx) wrote: Definitely one of the best religious movies ever!Hopefully this movie will at least help a little bit to bury all the religious problems, difficulties and missunderstandings, especially related to the Islam. Also I certainly hope that the great story will calm all the negativity, hate and permanent fights between all of these various religions.Highly recommended!!!
(nl) wrote: The barometer of films of such depravity, although I would hasten to add Spasojevi? has surpassed anything put in a cinema before, is it's meaning. The comparison between 'A Serbian Film' and Deodato's 'Cannibal Holocaust 'from 1980, is on the surface obvious and easy. Without comparing the violence between the two much, they have, seemingly anyway, barbaric scenes intended to shock. Of course Deodato's animal slaughter created this, but intrinsically there was a pretty clear meaning in his film, and while of course some just brand it on what they see on the surface, quite understandably, as sadistic fuel for people with psychopathic tendencies; however, it's message was pretty clear and you almost felt empathy for cumulatively victorious Cannibals. This could not be further from the truth for 'A Serbian Film'. The alarm bells started ringing for me, when my mentally troubled friend who has openly declared to having great fantasies to sadistically murder, ceased watching after 1 minute. Admittedly more for it's unrestrained approach to sex, so as to main character Milos' child watching on old porn tape his dad filmed he found on the DVD rack. I think one moment stays with me, notwithstanding the mentally challenging violence, is the contrast of comparative happiness when Milos decides to kill himself, and his probably yet further traumatised family, who have been raped and tortured by Milos and his, odd to say the least, brother Marko. After this it becomes apparent they will feature in a necrophilic pornography shoot, as a gentleman unzips his trousers to the solemn statement of 'the little one first'. The fact that Spasojevi? ruthlessly removes any hint of contentment at the films conclusion is quite symbolic in my opinion, in that it leaves on a yet worse taste in the mouth from the deeply challenging hour and a half that precedes it, as I'm sure one American reviewer would also agree as he fainted at one screening whilst making an attempt to leave. The only message it conveys for me is certainly not one Spasojevi? would have hoped for. It just makes anyone at all involved making the film look immoral, yet further desparate, and while part of us hates them for creating such a piece of 'art' that doesn't befit description, to the very true reality of desparation and desolation, a situation identical to that of Milos and his wife. Why would anyone want to work an a film of such horror, the actress who is beheaded, the mother who allowed a child no older than eight star in a film where he is 'raped', surely they'd be there only for it's monetry gain. As for Spasojevi?, he appears just like Vukmir, a man desperate to feed a fascination for ever worsening aridity, dealing in exploitation of people, maybe even like Milos who didn't appreciate the sheer horror of what he was going to partake in. As returning for my original point of purpose, perhaps it only really serves to show people who are aroused by such evil seek help as soon as possible. Surely most worrying though for the film sector, is if someone tries to 'better' such a film of almost insulting degenaracy.
(ca) wrote: Watched: 31 Oct 2014
(nl) wrote: Stick To The Original...
(gb) wrote: Just gave this a re-watch this evening after picking it up cheap awhile back. It still holds up very well, though a few of the jumpscares may have lost their bite the second time around, as you'd expect.This one is a fun little horror/comedy, with the emphasis on the comedy for the first portion of the film, then descending into gore and terror in the last half.Worth a rental, easily.
(fr) wrote: Replay value lacks (09, 13) OWN DVD
(ca) wrote: My God, this looks like the coolest movie ever!!! A monkey playing hockey!!
(us) wrote: Sekoiluautoilu Vegasista Seattleen. "Pariin" kertaan piti painaa boxin 30s. jump-napukkaa....
(mx) wrote: I like this only because I know, or have met, so many of the people involved on- and off-screen. A good spacewalk sequence, though!
(fr) wrote: Not very appealing. A baffling movie that has Andrew McCarthy in a relationship with a cougar who is also the mother of his school roommate. Even Brat Pack fanatics will have trouble enjoying this one. (First and only viewing - 7/19/2014)
(fr) wrote: Yeah, I drank some wine. Yeah, I cried. Give me a break. Good stuff...Good Performances. Great Directing. Great Writing. Amazing Tear-jerking Movie.