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An Interview with Mario Cerrito, Director of Human Hibachi 2

by Mike Haberfelner

August 2022

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Your new movie Human Hibachi 2 - in a few words, what is it about?

 

Human Hibachi 2 is a story about a family living in the woods who are obsessed with the first Human Hibachi movie. They are copy cats and are out to find the only two remaining from the first one and provide them with the most elaborate feast imaginable.

 

What inspired you to shoot a sequel to your original Human Hibachi, and did you always have a sequel to your first movie in mind, or did that come as an afterthought?

 

There was much success with the first one. It obtained a cult following and it made me want to do a sequel! The films are somewhat easy to do in terms of the production side so it was a no-brainer. I truly enjoy making them. When writing the sequel I wanted to keep some of the original attributes of the first one. The gore, the style and the overall feel.

 

When it comes to blood and guts, you don't exactly hold back in Human Hibachi 2 - so do talk about the gore effects in your movie a bit, and was there ever any line you refused to cross?

 

I think I would never do anything with a baby or child. I just can’t get into that, there’s no shot.

 

What can you tell us about Human Hibachi 2's approach to horror?

 

Human Hibachi 2’s approach to horror was to make it feel just like the old school horror films. Especially the ones that were set in the woods. Give it a redneck Texas Chainsaw Massacre feel. And of course I had to follow the horror feel of the first one and have the gore and gross effects.

 

You've shot Human Hibachi 2 found footage style - so what appealed to you about this approach?

 

I love the found footage style. I love the affordability as an independent filmmaker. I can control the camera and I can do it affordably. Also, it totally adds to the storyline of these films and really makes you feel like you’re there.

 

A few words about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere?

 

The shoot was great, we used a great location and the people involved were awesome. A shoot goes very smooth when everyone involved is on the same page.

 

The $64-question, where can Human Hibachi 2 be seen?

 

Human Hibachi 2 was just selected to screen at New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival in Atlantic City on the weekend of September 16th-18th, so it can be seen there immediately. After that we will have to let you know by following Human Hibachi pages on Instagram and Facebook to where you can view it.

 

Anything you can tell us about audience and critical reception of Human Hibachi 2?

 

The film Is getting great reception so far. People love the continuation of the storyline from the first one.

 

Will there ever be a Human Hibachi 3? And/or any other future projects you'd like to share?

 

Human Hibachi 3 has been an idea I have been throwing around. There is a good possibility of that happening! I am also currently in pre production with a screenplay I wrote called The House in the Pines.

 

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Thanks for the interview!

 

Thanks so much!

 

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