It's a BUTCH! It's a TOP! It's SUPERFAG! That's right gay boys and girls, it's time for SUPERFAG! Watch as SUPERFAG and his Super Duper Friends stamp out homophobia, intolerance, and bad hair days. Up! Up! And I'm GAAAAAY!



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Credited cast:
Theme Song Vocalist
Omar D. Brancato ...
Finn Bryant ...
Fruity Punch / Mormon
Julie Cohen ...
Bonnie Wong
Gene Galassini ...
Greg Harris ...
Professor Peckerhead (as Zia)
Robert Lee ...
Leather Daddy
Worthie Meacham ...
SuperMomma / Disco Diva
Peter Mohawk ...
The Bionic Old Lady
Momma ...
SuperMomma / Disco Diva
Oscar Quintero ...
Taco Chick
David D. Rae ...


Watch as Superfag with the help of his zany Superfriends, Taco Chick and Salsa Girl, The Incredible Dyke, The Bionic Old Lady, SuperMomma, Disco Diva, The Wonder Trannies and many more, fight against the evil fiend, Professor Peckerhead who attempts to rid the world of homosexuality forever! Watch as Superfag rescues Anthony, a naive, adorably cute guy whom Superfag falls head over heals in love with...Watch Peckerhead try to brainwash all the gays into being heterosexuals... Will Superfag save the world from Peckerhead's evil diabolical plan? Will Anthony succumb to Peckerhead's brainwashing? Will Taco Chick and Salsa Girl assist Superfag in defeating this evil menace? Tune in Gay Boys and Girls! Written by Joe Adams

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America's First Gay Live-Action Super Hero!


Comedy | Short





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10 July 2002 (USA)  »

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Hilarious, well-produced Indie spoof that's an audience-pleaser.
6 January 2004 | by (Raleigh, North Carolina) – See all my reviews

SUPERFAG had its North Carolina premiere at the 2002 North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, screening during a collection of men's comedy shorts, and quickly became an audience favorite. At 30 minutes, this indie spoof about a gay superhero doesn't overstay its welcome. If you're a fan of Scary Movie or Naked Gun, you're golden. If neither of these titles is your cup of tea, then you've been forewarned.

SUPERFAG is the type of film that includes the kitchen sink. (Look closely, I'm sure one's in there.) It boasts more in-jokes and pop culture references than your average festival comedy fodder, and that's a good thing, because low-budget filmmaking is sometimes tedious to watch, and credit must be given to director Kurt Koehler for attempting to truly entertain us, especially since the film's title alone would have probably generated as much interest. It doesn't hurt that Koehler cast himself in the title role (after all, he knows the difference between parodying the material and not simply mocking it) and that his well-defined body looks as if he went to the gym between every take.

Funny, irreverent and highly entertaining, SUPERFAG is one to watch with your friends.

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