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Directed by Richard Christy
Sal Governale
Produced byHoward TV
Written byRichard Christy
Sal Governale
StarringJD Harmeyer
High Pitch Eric
Richard Christy
Sal Governale
Joey Boots
Artie Lange
Benjy Bronk
Steve "Wood-Yi" Freid
Distributed byHoward TV
Release date
January 4, 2006
Running time
30 minutes
CountryUnited States

Supertwink is a 2006 American comedy film directed, written, and filmed by Richard Christy and Sal Governale. Produced and made for subscribers of Howard TV, an In Demand digital cable service operated by Howard Stern, the film stars members of Stern's radio show staff and "Wack Packers". The film premièred at the Pioneer Theater, in New York City, on January 4, 2006.


Despite claims that the film had a $4,000 budget, Christy stated on Stern's radio show that he spent no more than $700. When Stern asked Roger Ebert and Richard Roeper to review the film, Ebert refused to watch it, while Roeper's review was run over the film's ending credits.


An evil heterosexual supervillain Dr. Hetero (High Pitch Eric), vows to destroy the homosexual world. Supertwink (J.D. Harmeyer) is called to save the day.


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