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Human Hibachi 2

USA 2022
produced by
Michael Anthony Joy, Alan Byerly, Frank Volpe, David Yeager, Laura Belg, Michael Lopresti, Michele Trimarcoi, Shayne Gasser, Mario Cerrito (executive), Jeff Alpert (executive), Christina Krosche (executive), Steve Sousa (executive) for Cerrito Productions
directed by Mario Cerrito
starring Frank Volpe, Jeff Alpert, Nicholas John Brennan, Aliyah Batot, Raymond Bolden jr, Kristina Aponte, Tammy Jean, Julie Chapin, Mario Cerrito, Matthew Magee, Giavonna Banner, Joe Samero, Dave Alemi, Robert Lee, Alan Byerly, Keith Byerly, Wataru Nishida
written by Mario Cerrito, music by Victor Niglio, special effects by Rebecca Gidget Lynn Caldwell

Human Hibachi

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Steve (Frank Volpe), Jacob (Nicholas John Brennan), Lisa (Aliyah Batot) and Mike (Mario Cerrito) have become obsessed with the cannibalistic killers of the original Human Hibachi, and with the video they shot, that they have decided to not only follow their lead and hunt down, kill and eat people, and to record their exploits on video to sell on the dark web, but they also try to track down Doug Patrick (Jeff Alpert), the last of the original killers still believed to be at large. They even have tracked him down to the general area, some vast woodlands conveniently in the possession of Steve's cannibal parents (Raymond Bolden jr, Julie Chapin), but it takes its dear time before Doug even lets them find him. But once they have found him, our heroes do their vilest to properly impress him ...


Now the first Human Hibachi was a pretty gross film (and intentionally so), so one couldn't expect from the sequel to hold back in any way, and in terms of explicit violence, blood and guts, Human Hibachi 2 certainly doesn't hold back - but interestingly enough, this film has not set out to outgross the original but is a film that surprisingly has lots of heart as it's also about reuniting a family, about finding and impressing one's father figure, and about friendship - all wrapped into a found footage style film about rural cannibals of course, a film that's certainly not violence-free, that has its suspense, but also its spots of dark humour, and that will disturb you in at least some way. So in all, it's certainly not a movie for everyone, but for people into explicit horror it's most certainly a good watch, and more than just another gorefest.


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