Been meaning to get to this for a few days, so while we await some return calls before calling it a day, here's the trailer for Clay Liford's shot-at-Garland High WUSS, which, as we noted a few weeks ago, world-premieres at South by Southwest on March 12. Now's a good time to go back and look at how Liford, whose Earthling bowed at the fest last year, introduced The Film Once Known as Minor in Possession when he put out the casting call in June 2010: "The film is a dark comedy that almost plays as a horror film, albeit one where nobody dies (except a little on the inside)." I can see that.
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