|Directed by:||Toby Wilkins|
|Written by:||Ian Shorr; Kai Barry; Toby Wilkins|
|Produced by:||Graham Begg; Dori BEgley; Chad Burris; Jamie Carmichael; Jason Janego|
|Music by:||Elia Cmiral|
|Edited by:||David Michael Maurer|
|Distributed by:||Indion Entertainment Group; Magnolia Magnet|
|Released:||October 31st, 2008|
|Running time:||82 min.|
Splinter is an American independent horror film directed by Toby Wilkins. The script was written by Ian Shorr and Kai Barry and was produced by the Indion Entertainment Group and distributed through Magnolia Magnet. It premiered to limited theatrical engagement in the United States on October 31st, 2008. The movie stars Charles Baker, Jill Wagner, Paulo Costanzo, Shea Whigham, Rachel Kerbs and Laurel Whitsett.
|Charles Baker||Blake Sherman, Jr.|
|Jill Wagner||Polly Watt|
|Paulo Costanzo||Seth Belzer|
|Shea Whigham||Dennis Farell|
|Rachel Kerbs||Lacey Belisle|
|Laurel Whitsett||Sheriff Terri Frankel|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The tagline for this film is "It will get under your skin."
- Director Toby Wilkins is also known for directing the 2009 horror film The Grudge 3 as well as the TV series Devil's Trade.
- This is Ian Shorr's second film work as a screenwriter. He also worked on the 2008 action movie Fight Night.
- This is Kai Barry's first film as a screenwriter and a producer. He is also known for his work on the 2011 comedy Juko's Time Machine, which he directed.
- Toby Wilkins is uncredited for his role as a writer on this film. This is his first film work in this capacity. Toby is also a visual effects artist on this movie.
- Splinter has a cast list of only six actors.
- Actress Jill Wagner is also known for playing the roles of vampire hunter Krista Starr on Blade: The Series as well as a werewolf hunter named Kate Argent on season one of the Teen Wolf re-launch series.
- The street address that Dennis Farrell gives to Seth Selzer is 1060 W. Addison, which is the address for Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. 
- Actor Paulo Costanzo is best known for playing Evan R. Lawson on the USA Network dramedy series Royal Pains. He is also known for playing Aximili-Esgarrouth-Isthill on Animorphs.