Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds

The horny gay and straight young folks from "Eating Out" continue to crack wise and sniff out partners in "Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds" -- and the filmmaking continues to be just as sloppy. Sequel is no more than a cheapo campy goof, but this edition does contain a higher quota of laugh lines and an unsubtle message that efforts to make gay youth "go straight" is destined to fail.

With:
With: Jim Verraros, Emily Brooke Hands, Rebekah Kochan, Brett Chukerman, Scott Vickaryous, Marco Dapper, Adrian Quinonez, Mink Stole.

The horny gay and straight young folks from “Eating Out” continue to crack wise and sniff out partners in “Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds” — and the filmmaking continues to be just as sloppy. Sequel is no more than a cheapo campy goof, but this edition does contain a higher quota of laugh lines and an unsubtle message that efforts to make gay youth “go straight” is destined to fail. Original’s popularity in vid seems certain to extend to this follow-up, now having a modest spin around gay and lesbian fests.

Dumped by b.f. Marc (Brett Chukerman), Kyle (Jim Verraros, reprising his role from the previous pic) is turned on by the new male model in his art class, Troy (Marco Dapper). Troy claims to be hetero, but Kyle and gal pals Gwen (Emily Brooke Hands) and slutty Tiffani (Rebekah Kochan) aren’t so sure. To test Troy’s leanings, Kyle takes him to a “going straight” session that provides the pic with broad satirical targets. Gay cinema favorites such as Mink Stole add to the party atmosphere, and thesps have fun even if they confuse reciting lines with acting.

Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds

Production: An Ariztical Entertainment presentation. Produced by Michael Jack Shoel, JD DiSalvatore, Q. Allan Brocka. Executive producer, Shoel. Directed by Phillip J. Bartell. Screenplay, Q. Allan Brocka, Bartell.

Crew: Camera (color, DV), Lisa Wiegand; editors, Bartell, Scott Hatcher; music, Boris Worister, Cary Berger; production designer, Michael Fitzgerald; art director, Rodrigo Cabral; costume designer, Lara Cilento. Reviewed at Outfest, Los Angeles, July 13, 2006. Running time: 78 MIN.

With: With: Jim Verraros, Emily Brooke Hands, Rebekah Kochan, Brett Chukerman, Scott Vickaryous, Marco Dapper, Adrian Quinonez, Mink Stole.

More Film

  • Leah Remini

    'Leah Remini: Scientology' Wins Producers Guild Award for Non-Fiction TV

    The horny gay and straight young folks from “Eating Out” continue to crack wise and sniff out partners in “Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds” — and the filmmaking continues to be just as sloppy. Sequel is no more than a cheapo campy goof, but this edition does contain a higher quota of laugh lines and […]

  • Wildlife Movie Sundance

    Sundance Film Review: 'Wildlife'

    The horny gay and straight young folks from “Eating Out” continue to crack wise and sniff out partners in “Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds” — and the filmmaking continues to be just as sloppy. Sequel is no more than a cheapo campy goof, but this edition does contain a higher quota of laugh lines and […]

  • The Tale Movie Sundance Laura Dern

    Sundance Film Review: 'The Tale'

    The horny gay and straight young folks from “Eating Out” continue to crack wise and sniff out partners in “Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds” — and the filmmaking continues to be just as sloppy. Sequel is no more than a cheapo campy goof, but this edition does contain a higher quota of laugh lines and […]

  • NANCY

    Sundance Film Review: 'Nancy'

    The horny gay and straight young folks from “Eating Out” continue to crack wise and sniff out partners in “Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds” — and the filmmaking continues to be just as sloppy. Sequel is no more than a cheapo campy goof, but this edition does contain a higher quota of laugh lines and […]

  • Nominee Amy Pascal speaks at the

    Amy Pascal on Sony Ouster: 'I Should Have Gotten Fired Much Sooner'

    The horny gay and straight young folks from “Eating Out” continue to crack wise and sniff out partners in “Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds” — and the filmmaking continues to be just as sloppy. Sequel is no more than a cheapo campy goof, but this edition does contain a higher quota of laugh lines and […]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content