- Actors: Rebekah Kochan, Daniel Skelton, Chris Salvatore, Michael E.R. Walker, Julia Cho
- Directors: Glenn Gaylord
- Format: PAL
- Language: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 18
- Studio: TLA Releasing
- DVD Release Date: 8 Feb. 2010
- Run Time: 80 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B002XOL69K
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,862 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Eating Out 3[DVD] 
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Strap yourself in for the wildest, sexiest and most downright hilarious Eating Out yet. Just when the cute but geeky Casey (Daniel Skelton) is about to throw in the towel and give up on finding any man who is anything more than just an empty gay clone, he stumbles across uber-hot Zack (Chris Salvatore) - and his heart instantly melts. When hysterical friend Tiffani (the irrepressible series mainstay Rebekah Kochan) hears of this crush she devises a plan ensuring Zach will fall straight in to Caseys arms or, more likely, unleash some real havoc! Starring a litany of hot, out gay actors, Eating Out 3 All You Can Eat delivers all the bawdy raunchiness of the first two films plus an added dose of perfectly judged romance to deliver the most satisfying chapter yet.
A sweet and funny take on the crossed-wire romantic couplings --Washington Post<br /><br />reminiscent of the old 'Carry On' comedies --Film Threat
reminiscent of the old 'Carry On' comedies --Film Threat
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Top Customer Reviews
If you like the two previous films, then I think you'll enjoy it. It's really more of the same. No point in giving the plot away.
A couple characters return. None of the previous men, which is a bummer because there were some real hotties in the past. Most of the male roles are played by openly gay actors which is great, and more than makes up for missing some of our favorite man meat. Like the rest of the series, there are hot guys and nudity.
Let's hope there's an "Eating Out 4".
The plot is basically the new boy on the block uses a false web profile and more importantly a picture to entrap the hunk gay guy he first meets and falls for. Whilst the plot is 'waffer' thin and slightly ludicrous, I didn't care as it made me laugh.
Most films expect you to suspend a bit of belief at time and so long as you are prepared to play along you should enjoy the ride. There are some really good erotic scenes as well as a humourful oral. If you want a pc 'right on' gay activist type film, this is not for you, if you want a cheesy, slightly dumb film with a few easy on the eye scenes and some non too obvious gags then give it a try. Not the best gay film ever made but a few million miles away from the worst, hope they make a fourth one.
Eating Out #1 should have never been made in the first place, but we can forgive that - but two movies after that disaster is laughable. The plot for this movie is as follows: Casey is the new boy in town, and he ends up lusting after Zack the SUPER-DUPER HOT man. Tiffani whose the usual "fag-hag" and repulsive female character who does nothing but have sex, helps the "nerdy" Casey out by making a fake profile online with her ex-boyfriends picture. Zack is immediately smitten with the "supposed" Casey and of course drama ensues. So basically we learn that the gay boys all need a fag-hag, the straight characters are all sex fiends, and all gay men prowl online for hook-ups and act like preening freaks. Oh wow, and here I thought gays were trying to be taken serious. The only good thing this movie offers is nice kissing scenes, between men who actually like men. Very hot, and very natural. But save yourself the pounds and go by "Shelter" and hopefully these silly movies will cease to exist.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Was it funny? Who gives a fudge? This film ain't about funniness. It's about some hot male nudity and this it delivers in spades.Published on 14 Feb. 2014 by BigAl82