Most of the props were purchased on eBay. Others were inexpensive props made of household items like toilet paper tubes, candle holders and caulk guns. A number of props were obtained by looking around the cabin in which part of the film was shot, including the mashed potatoes the cast are seen eating.
Director Larry Blamire not only plays Paul Armstrong, but is also the uncredited voice of the Skeleton. This information should be in the cast list, but someone has prematurely put a lock on that so it does not show up.
The words "scream gem" in the trailer's tagline "It's another scream gem from the company that brought you Zombies of Mora Tau and Lawrence of Arabia" refers to the Columbia Pictures subsidiary Screen Gems, the television distribution arm of Columbia Pictures. Notable for first bringing the classic Universal horror films, and the Three Stooges shorts to television to be admired by the baby boomers of the 1950's, the company would soon be recognized by it's TV sitcoms like Bewitched, I Dream Of Jeannie, and The Partridge Family. In 1974 Screen Gems changed it's name to Columbia Pictures Television, retiring the Screen Gems name. Columbia Pictures resurrected the Screen Gems name for it's lower budgeted, genre film releases, beginning with the film Arlington Road, released in 1999.