Buried Alive Film Festival, Atlanta’s premiere horror film festival starts Wednesday, November 13th and runs through Sunday, November 17th. This years festival starts and ends with J.R. “Bob” Dobbs and the Church of the Subgenius. The BAFF schedule is packed with killer films and shorts that you won’t want to miss.
This festival has a lot to offer. What truly makes them stand out among the crowd is their brilliant selection of short films. Although many horror enthusiasts focus most of their attention towards full length selections, this years line up is a game changer.
For 10 years Unseen Films has been a staple in film reviews for those who love underground releases. Over the years we’ve come to discover that filmmakers who were once known for their short films are breaking into the full length film category. Among this years selections are How To Be Alone and Unholy Mole.
While we have seen some of this years offerings I am excited to explore the festivals roster and bring you my reviews. This will be my first time working with BAFF and I can’t wait to dive in.
If you find yourself in or around the Atlanta area please check out their website to view this years line up. Tickets can be purchased here.