After being deemed too extreme for Amazon due to violence and gore, Mario Cerrito‘s cannibal horror film Human Hibachi has now debuted on the streaming service Troma Now!
In the film, “A man documents his girlfriend’s 35th birthday on his phone. What he captures throughout the night are the most disturbing human acts imaginable.”
Elizabeth Gaynor, Carmine Giordano, Wataru Nishida, Carley Harper, Sopheaktra Theng, Andrew Hunsicker, John Campanile, and Stafford Chavis star.
Director Mario Cerrito sat down with us for an interview in which we discuss the film’s more sensitive topics like cannibalism and more. Be sure to check it out.
Cerrito will continue the story with the sequel, Human Hibachi 2: Feast in the Forest set to film later this year. Currently, he is busy at work on the upcoming 80s style horror film The House In The Pines.
Troma Now‘s streaming service is a chaotic mix of lost 80s schlock and modern no-budget films, making exploring it quite a gamble.
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