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Twitch: BUFF embraces Day of the Dead with the help of !ROBOT HAND!

DreadCentral: Second wave of programming announced at 15th annual BUFF 

Twitch: Boston Underground Film Fest announces first wave of programming

Fangoria: Q&A: Producer Travis Stevens on SXSW and BUFF Films CHEAP THRILLS and BIG ASS SPIDER!

Fangoria: BIG ASS SPIDER and more invade Boston

Boston Phoenix: BUFF screening: “Excision”

Boston Globe: Underground film fest offers more oddities

Boston Metro: Peeking out from the Underground Film Festival

Boston Phoenix: 2012 Boston Underground Film Festival [BUFF] @ the Brattle

Weekly Dig: Dig This: Boston Underground Film Fest @ the Brattle

Stuff at Night Magazine: 2012 Boston Underground Film Festival at the Brattle Theatre

ACLU: At Liberty: Friday, March 30, 2012

Under the Gun Review

BadLit: ROBOT HAND wins two Telly awards

Boston Best 2011: Editor’s Pick: Best Buffest Film Fest

indiewire: Boston Underground Film Festival Awards This Year’s Vibrating Bunnies

Twitch: Reviews: The Woman

Twitch: Twitch Fave Brian Lonano Wreaks Giant Bunny Havoc Upon The  BUFF

Boston Phoenix: More buried treasures from Boston Underground Film Festival

Time Out Boston: BUFF 2011 Festival Coverage

/Film: Boston Underground Film Festival begins tonight

Boston Globe: Mink Stole to be feted at Boston Underground Film Fest

Boston Herald: Underground fest’s films ‘want to hurt you’

Boston Phoenix: BUFF 2010 pays homage to cinematic fromage

Bostonist: Boston Underground Film Festival Is Back, and It’s Bad (By That We Mean Good)

“BUFF has certainly grown into one of the coolest underground fests in the world.” – Mike Everleth, Bad Lit

“The festival was a real class act, with a fantastic, intimate ambiance, cool guests and a genuinely awesome staff, who every year are elevating the event in importance and reputation. It was a great pleasure to show my movie there and also to discuss the film with the Boston audience, who were so enthusiastic and communicative.” – Karim Hussain, filmmaker, La Belle Bête

“Cinema lovers who are drawn to the kind of original and experimental works they won’t find at the local multiplex (or even the local art house) can look forward to the arrival of the Boston Underground Film Festival.” – Lisa McKay, Blogcritics

“The Boston Underground Film Festival prides itself on digging up naughty and subversive little flicks that look something like a Herschell Gordon Lewis/John Waters concoction.” – Harry Vaughn, Weekly Dig