I Was a Teenage Serial Killer
I Was a Teenage Serial Killer is an underground no budget film written and directed by Sarah Jacobson. It is a short black-and-white film of a 19-year-old girl who is sick of sexist men and kills them. It was Jacobson's first film and it was released through her own company, Station Wagon Productions. She made the film under the guidance of her teacher, George Kuchar. The film featured songs by Heavens to Betsy.