You've heard it before, we know you've had.

"BUH! I am sooooo tired of all these Hollywood blockbusters! They're so boring and just two hours of bad CGI and even worse acting! What ever happened to out of the box independent film!?"

Well, let BURIED ALIVE -- the preeminent independent film festival in Atlanta -- be the Pepto-Bismol for your Hollywood Tummy Troubles as they are currently accepting submissions for their upcoming festival! Check out the details below:

The 13th annual Buried Alive Film Festival is taking submissions now. We want your goriest, weirdest, most fun, most bizarre, darkest, and wildest indie horror and genre films. If you think your film is too gross or too scary or just too weird, we’re the festival for you! Hell, you may even win a coveted Splitizie award, like Finnish artist and filmmaker Tomi Malkki did in 2014 with Fists of Fire (he also drew our awesome new poster).

Atlanta’s premiere genre film festival will be held November 13th through 18th at the 7 Stages Theatre. The festival will include its signature mix of fun events and great films.

All submissions are being taken via Film Freeway and will be open through May 31st. Late submissions will be accepted through September 16th. All dates and pricing are available at the Film Freeway. Submit your feature films and short films now.

Fun Fact! if you are Shock Waves podcast fans you more than likely know the name Gwilliam, Brian Lonano's 2015 short about a -- ahem -- "Blowjob Demon". WELL Buried Alive Festival Director Blake Meyers provided the Special Effects for that short, along with Lonano's other films Crow Hand and BFF Girls!