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Release Date: 2010-03-10

A shampoo-bottling facility appears to be the source of an oozing plague infecting a small Texas town. Director Paul Gonzalez shot the indie horror flick SCUM entirely in Beeville, Texas, starring SA native (and Bill Miller employee) Brandon Maldonado. For the film, which premieres in its entirety for the first time this Thursday, Gonzalez converted a sewer plant into the dreaded factory responsible for a toxic seepage that’s turning townies into bloodthirsty lunatics. $6, 7:30pm, Alamo Drafthouse Westlakes, 1255 SW Loop 410, scumthemovie.com

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