Coming to DVD is the Eating Out Banquet Box – a collection of five gay comedies packed with more ‘pecs out’ shots than is healthy in an already warm spell!
The collection is available from June 25th and you can pre-order you copy here.
Contained in the boxset are:
A zany screwball comedy from director Q. Allan Brocka (Rick & Steve the Happiest Gay Couple in all the World), Eating Out harkens back to the cinematic days of Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn, as a straight guy pretends to be otherwise.
Caleb (Scott Lunsford) just wants to meet a nice girl, and his gay best friend and roommate Kyle (Jim Verraros) convinces Caleb he must pretend to be gay to get attention of Gwen (Emily Stiles). Caleb is so convincing in his ruse, that Gwen decides to fix him up with her own gay best friend Marc (Ryan Carnes, TV’s “Desperate Housewives”), an arrogant pretty-boy who just so happens to be the object of Kyle’s affections.
The twists just keep coming! Combining plenty of sexual tension with some seriously madcap humor, Eating Out is a hilarious, fast-paced foray into the hedonism and heartache of love and sex.
Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds
Boasting a red-hot cast and razor sharp script from Q. Allan Brocka (Eating Out and Boy Culture) and Phillip J. Bartell, Eating Out 2 is packed with even more sexy, irreverent fun than its hilarious predecessor.
When Kyle (“American Idol’s” Jim Verarros) and Marc (Brett Chuckerman) have a break-up that doesn’t quite feel final, Marc goes off in search of other prey while Kyle heads to art class where he instantly falls for hot male model Troy (Marco Dapper). As Kyle and his two best friends lust after Troy, they can’t quite figure out who he likes: boys or girls? Kyle hatches a plan to play it straight in a bid to get into mixed-up Troy’s pants but as the charade heats up the main players find themselves in an endless stream of embarrassing and comprising situations!
Eating Out: All You Can Eat
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 Casey’s arms or, more likely, unleash some real havoc! Starring a litany of hot, out gay actors, Eating Out: 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.
Eating Out: Drama Camp
Chris Salvatore and Daniel Skelton return, along with Rebekah Kochan and cult icon Mink Stole in the fourth installment of Q. Allan Brocka’s hilarious and sexy Eating Out series!
Zack and Casey’s relationship is in a slump, but things are about to change this summer at Dick Dickey’s Drama Camp! When Zack meets Benji there is an instant connection. But not wanting to interfere with Zack’s current relationship, Benji pretends to be straight. When Benji and Zack get cast as lovers in an updated, sexed-up version of The Taming of the Shrew, their self-restraint is put to the test. And when the sparks start to fly, Casey’s trusted friend Penny takes matters into her own hands by setting a poison oak trap for Benji so that Casey can step in as Benji’s understudy.
But when Beau (Ronnie Kroell, Make Me a Supermodel) starts crushing on Casey, Casey wonders if he and Zack are really meant to be together after all. Meanwhile, Jason, the straight director who likes to film gay guys to impress the straight chicks, starts falling for Lilly (Harmony Santana, Gun Hill Road, also playing at QFest this year), the transgendered girl. As if all that’s not enough, Aunt Helen (Mink Stole) has tapped into her inner cougar and takes on a new boy toy, Andy. Introducing a diverse ensemble of characters, Eating Out: Drama Camp is an over-the-top raunchy comedy with the innocence of summer love.
Eating Out: The Open Weekend
So you thought the Eating Out series couldn’t get any sexier? Couldn’t get even more outrageous? Think again, and welcome Eating Out: Open Weekend! Zack and new hot boyfriend Benji need a vacation and where could be better than a hot, all-male resort in Palm Springs?! They decide that if they are gonna head out to Palm Springs perhaps they should also open their relationship – just for this one weekend, of course. Although Zack is less than thrilled with the idea, he is eager to keep his new beau happy and, after all, his sex-drive is as vociferous as ever!. It should go without saying that they’re heading for a vacation abounding with fit men, jealous exes and, well, tonnes of sex! Always fun and hilarious, Eating Out: Open Weekend is a perfectly cooked soufflé mixed with laughs and mayhem.