The movie was shot primarily in Los Angeles but the director used coordinated layovers in various cities to shoot footage in Charlotte, Denver, and Michigan. After a minor car accident left him with a rental car, he utilized that car as the Stalker's vehicle and drove to Vegas to shoot several additional scenes.
To shoot around her schedule, co-star Melody Price flew in from Texas in the morning, shot out her scenes over several hours, then made it back to the airport in time for an evening flight back to Texas.
Cast member Melody Price was cast 2 days before shooting Day 1 of the movie after an LA actress dropped out of the movie. The director already had Melody Price in mind for a smaller part in the movie and took a chance on her.
Since the movie was shot mostly in script sequence, certain scenes were loosely sketched out for story points and dialogue so the actors could have fun and utilize their improv skills. The director credits inexpensive DSLR technology and this looser filming method as key to getting the movie shot on a short schedule.