The 11th annual Buried Alive Film Festival kicks off this Wednesday, featuring the best of independently produced horror films, including some made by Atlanta filmmakers
Instead of sticking exclusively with fear and gore, the festival takes a rather broad definition of horror.
“We try to bend what horror can be,” said Festival Director Blake Meyers. Event Director Lucas Godfrey continued, “A lot of it is just weird, suspenseful, dark, and arthouse-y.”
Buried Alive includes 15 feature films and 75 shorts this year, so Godfrey and Meyers offered some recommendations.