A sequel was planned but 'Howard Stern' was so disappointed by this film he refused to fund a sequel. See more »
Hello, I'm Richard Roeper. Now, normally Roger Ebert would be sitting across the aisle from me. *But* when he heard that Richard Christy's naked ass and Sal's *dangling scrotum* would be featured in this film, he became violently ill and I haven't seen him since. All I can say to everybody involved with this movie is "What the fuck were you thinking?". I've seen better special effects in a pre-school Hanukkah pageant. I've seen better acting from corpses. And I am never gonna recover from the ...
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Special Thanks to The Staff Of Howard Stern OnDemand And Everyone Involved With The Making And Planning Of This Film A Very Special Thanks To Howard Stern and Crew For Making This Film Possible See more »
There are few masterpieces in the world. The vision of Richard Christy in this film is one of them. Supertwink is an experiment in the sublime. Establishing Mr. Christy as one of the pre-eminent new film directors, Supertwink is an expression of genius. Clearly, the impact of such a film was seen by his benefactor, Mr. Stern, as a competitive threat and he held back financial support.
One can only hope that some altruistic philanthropist will find Mr. Christy and give him the funds that can make the next Citizen Cane.
Oh, Mr. Christy, would that I could contribute. But I sense your sloth would only waste my money.....
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