(1996-69 min.) A Gun for Jennifer is a 1997 rape and revenge film directed by Todd Morris, produced by and starring Deborah Twiss. It follows a feminist vigilante group who castrate suspected rapists and batterers while a female police officer attempts to stop them. It is shot in a retro grindhouse style and premiered at the Fantasia Festival in July 1997, where it was sold-out an hour before screening and received a standing ovation. The film has not left the festival circuit; Fangoria reported that it had been picked up for distribution by Mondo Macabro, but the release never came to fruition.