Cerrito Productions has acquired public and private footage to one of the most unbelievable massacres to ever take place at a restaurant for an upcoming, which will include a return to the crime scene in Virginia, where they’ll undercover all the horrors that this tragedy left behind. Director, Mario Cerrito III (The Listing, Deadly Gamble), will be combining the original raw footage along with some brand new footage that will focus on the aftermath. Cerrito has teamed up with executive producer Claudio Ricciardi on the project, which is set to go into production this summer.
The documentary is so controversial that the title and synopsis are being withheld to protect the integrity of the project, but it is being described as a cross between “Iron Chef” and The Faces of Death. The real footage being used is said to include some of the most gruesome images ever to be seen in a documentary. Needless to say, this film is not for the weak of heart (or stomach).
“A very interesting situation has arisen and it has made me put my other film projects on hold. Something like this is will make you completely immerse yourself in it.” Director Mario Cerrito III said.”I’m used to writing fictional stories, so putting together footage of something that really happened at an establishment is pretty creepy. To be able to see real blood, real murders on tape is something that even a horror filmmaker can get grossed out by. I’ve seen some of the footage and it is completely insane. Beyond your wildest imaginations.” He continued.