I recently had a job interview at company x that went terribly. I was late to the interview by less than 5 minutes (due to cell signal issues I had trouble locating the location using my cell phone), the company did not send me the technical test before the interview, and the interviewers reviewed some of my GitHub code that was about 18 months old and doesn't reflect my current knowledge or ability. The senior developer interviewer constantly interrupted me, the original interviewer mostly sat through this until the end whereby he engaged in a rather odd line of questioning that went something like this.
"Just one last question, whose fault was it you were late today?"
"Mine, my apologies again."
"It's just that the receptionist said you blamed it on the signal, I don't agree with that at all. I would have come down here a day early to scout it out and make sure I wouldn't be late."
A few days later I received an offer from another company I interviewed with and accepted it. Company x sent me the technical test they originally failed to send to complete retrospectively. I replied to company x's email and said that I am withdrawing my application, thanking all parties involved for their time. They responded and among the response was them asking for feedback regarding the interviewers, the interview format, etc., to see if that had anything to do with it.
In short the interviewer did influence my decision. I am not sure whether I am just sensitive, but I just found it to not be a good sign when a prospective manager makes me uncomfortable at the get-go. Is it a good idea to be honest with HR and mention how I felt, or just to leave it?