Was originally intended to be the second installment in a trilogy of Tales from the Crypt movies, but the proposed third movie was scrapped by Universal when Bordello of Blood bombed at the box offices.
According to Corey Feldman, Dennis Miller was rude and disrespectful to the cast and crew. According to Feldman, Miller once stole a van from the transportation department and left the set. Feldman and Miller got into a heated confrontation during filming.
Originally supposed to be released on a "horror themed" weekend (Halloween, Friday the 13th, etc.) but Universal didn't have enough movies slated to be released for the summer of 1996 and opted to release Bordello of Blood in August as a result.
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Dennis Miller recalls his role with mixed emotions. While when interviewed about the movie, he showed regret, he remarked how he very much enjoyed shooting the scenes where he was up at 3am shooting scantily clad vampire prostitutes with supersoakers.