One local person called the police claiming the cast and crew had "blocked his road" with a set of camera tracks that were removed whenever needed. He felt he could not drive the other way up his street as it was too much of an inconvenience to travel 26 yards more to reach his destination of the local shop, that was 200 yards away.
The UK distributor released the DVD with a faulty movie score track on the 5.1 & 2.0 mix. Both composer Leah Kardos & Director David Ryan Keith are still lost for words regarding the huge mistake. The U.S will have a perfect version on release.
When not acting in front of the camera the actors would have to work as part of the actual movie crew. Richard Currie (The Roadrunner) would work with the directors girl friend Lorraine Cox (Production Manager) pulling focus, while Liam Matheson (Bennett Campbell) would take charge of the sound recording. Towards the end of filming various other actors and crew would help out behind the camera.
Daniel Greavey's role as the bumbling accountant "Daniel" was actually three seperate characters in the script, but after a solid performance on his debut, Greavey was asked to return on several occasions.