Originally shot as two DV films starring Julie Strain and directed by India Allen. Lloyd Kaufman had a dispute with Allen and sued her over the productions after they wrapped. Allen later counter-sued, citing breach of contract, slander per se, sexual harassment, trade slander, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. The only way the Troma Team could salvage these films was to shoot extra scenes and turn the two features into an anthology film.
Paul Salamoff (the office chair victim) was given the opportunity by getting killed off in this film as a grand prize in an episode of the Comedy Central game show "Beat the Geeks". This was confirmed by Mike Bracken, who was the special "horror" geek on the show.