Review – Burning Angel’s Eat-Me-Out (2011)

Review by Vittoria Buzza

I must admit that, when I saw the cover of Burning Angel’s Eat-Me-Out, I thought to myself, “Am I going to be able to handle two hours of nothing but going down?” Yikes!

I mean, as much as I LOVE to watch this kind of action, I need it to be mixed up with a couple of other things here and there. A little variety, maybe even some toys ;)

(Wow, I never thought I would say that…)

The box seemed to indicate that it would be nothing but going down, down, down, so I braced myself and figured I would be watching more eating out than I had seen in a very long time. But least it would be girls eating out other girls… That’s always much nicer.

As soon as I popped in the DVD – wow! The experience was far different from what I was expecting. A burst of rock music filled my room, along with a tiny preview of scenes to come as the credits started rolling. Hmmm… the beginning of my viewing experience had an awesome rock‘n roll bad girl feel to it, and I was really liking it so far.

Before I begin delving into the scenes, I want to point out that one of my favorite aspects of this film was the artwork on the ladies’ bodies. I absolutely love tattoos and am fascinated by every single one I see. So I was completely mesmerized by the sexual action that was taking place before me AAAAND the tattoos on the sexy sexy bodies.

It was an interesting balance, dividing my time between these two things. Most of the girls in the film had a lot of colorful tattoos and this definitely helped spice things up for me. I think that after watching this film I realized that not only do I love the way tattoos look, they also really really turn me on (especially when they are on hidden body parts).

This “lesbian extravaganza” (as the box indicates) was definitely an extravaganza of sorts. It was much more than eating out. It was more like an entire dining experience, if you get what I mean.

The film was divided into five scenes featuring two women in each one. The scenarios were all very different, but the one thing that remained the same was the extremely sexy eating out that occurred in each.

Contrary to my initial expectations, however, the film did not ONLY feature intense licking action down south. It had a lot more going on than that. It was sexy, wild, intense, and had me on the edge of my seat the entire time.

My favorite scene was DEFINITELY the second one featuring Jiz Lee and Kelly Chaos. I always watch films for review at least twice; and every time I watch something for the second time, I keep detailed notes of what goes on in the scenes, themes, thoughts, etc. On the second page of my notes I have the following statement underlined, highlighted, and circled: “FUCK! Crazy positions I have never EVER seen before! These girls are like sexual acrobats on the floor of that bar. I sure hope someone mopped it after Jizz Lee squirted all over that floor. Damn!”

I think that quote does not even begin to do it justice, but it was the best I could come up with while watching it. Not only was the sex phenomenal, Joanna Angel made an appearance in the scene before the sex even began! She played a dine-and-ditch customer in the bar, for which I was very thankful…

Not only was I thankful that she ditched the bar and paved the way for the sexy times that lay ahead, but I also kind of have a teeny tiny crush on this sexy sexy lady… OK maybe it’s not that tiny… It was really nice seeing her on the screen.

(pictured: Joanna Angel… you know you have a crush on her too!!)

The rest of the scenes were also very interesting, sexy, and fun. The words “cool,” “bad girls,” and “rocker” are found all over my notes. I think this says a lot about the feel of the film.

It was definitely a different experience from what I was initially expecting. I was not so certain that I would enjoy watching so much eating out, but it was so much more to Eat-Me-Out than just that.

Recommended for: anyone who loves girl/girl films, those of us who love watching people with tattoos in secret body parts, and Joanna Angel fans.


With performances from Annie Cruz, Lexi Belle, Lily LaBeau, Sinn Sage, Jiz Lee, Eden Von Sleaze, Kelly Chaos, Ladie Lane, Taurus, and Sally Sparrow

Directed by Joanna Angel for Burning Angel Entertainment. Eat-Me-Out released in August, 2011. Get yours here or directly from Burning Angel here.

Check out PVV’s Back Story with Joanna Angel here.

BTS: The behind-the-scenes footage is found under the “Extra Shit” section. Ha! Seriously, this film is genius! The twenty minutes long BTS section features every one of the girls either before or after the scene. They are asked questions about their experiences in front of the camera, what they liked the best, how many times they have been with other girls, etc. Overall, it seemed like a very fun film to make.

Vittoria Buzza

Vittoria Buzza is a queer Mexicana scholar in her early twenties. Her main research interests lie in the examinations of cultural tensions embedded in the visibility of Latina bodies in the media. Follow her on Twitter at @VittBuzz and/or email her here.

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