Before the events of The House and Tales From The House, The Story of The House reveals the history of The House and its first inhabitants: Mary's Family.
The Mafia Films secured rights to a prequel of Tales From The House from Vexant Inc. and Zilex1000 Productions. The film would be a co-production between TMF and Vexant, with ZP1000 being credited in-association. The movie was greenlighted for production to start February 2013 but production began later on March 29, 2013. During editing, the film was rendered in 4K Ultra-HD, making it the first Robloxiwood Ultra-HD film.
At the 2012 OctoberFest Film Festival, the official teaser trailer was screened. On April 18, the official poster was released as well as additional casting news. Finally, on June 20th, the complete movie was released after being previously released in parts. The film was originally classified as a 'PG-15' film, but was increased to an 'R' rating because PG-15 was considered to be too lenient. Under the classification system change in August 2013, the film was initially classified as 'M for Mature Audiences', but was later changed to a final 'I-16' rating. The film is credited for being the major motion picture that revamped the Robloxiwood ratings system.
There was a deleted scene in the film during which Donald is at the theater and a trailer for a film plays. The trailer was a recreation of a film trailer called "Beyond The Darkness"
In Tales From The House, Donald looks and wears a completely different outfit than in this film, and was found by Mary dead upstairs where in this film he died downstairs with everyone around. Mary also wore a different outfit in TFTH.
According to Harry131291, the ages of Arthur and Jacob should have been when they were children. For the purposes of the film, their age was updated to teenagers around 15.
In Tales From The House, the date was supposed to be in the 1950's, however, according to Harry131291, it should have probably occurred in the 1980s since Mary and her family lived in The House during the 1970s. This is a chronological goof in Tales From The House that was not addressed in The Story of The House.
There was one recurring goof throughout the film - the ROBLOX mouse kept appearing on and off.