Wal-MartProducer-director Robert Greenwald gave President Bush a pre-Fahrenheit 9/11 comeuppance in Uncovered: The Whole Truth About The Iraq War (2003), stuck it to Fox News with his documentary Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War On Journalism (2004), and now, he has trained his sights on another 800-pound gorilla: Wal-Mart. In Wal-Mart: The High Cost Of Low Price, Greenwald details in a number of ways why the retail giant, with all its snuggly, feel-good American appeal, is really a plague of locusts to any community that hosts one. Greenwald is looking for concerned film fans, civic groups and all-around mixers to host his film when it is released in November during a week of awareness building (November 13-19).

A teaser trailer/spoof ad featuring James Cromwell and Frances Fisher can be seen here.