The devil's work is child's play.
|Directed by||Stewart Hendler|
|Written by||Christopher Borrelli|
|Produced by||Chris Fenton; Scott Niemeyer; Norm Waitt; Damon Lee; Paul Brooks|
|Music by||Jeff Rona|
|Edited by||Armen Minasian|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|Release date(s)||November 20th, 2007|
|Running time||94 min.|
|Sarah Wayne Callies||Roxanne|
|Julian Christopher||Mister Harper|
|Teryl Rothery||Ms. Sandborn|
|Roman Sodermans||Excited boy at party|
|Trevor Woodruff||Quiet boy at party|
|Brad Sihvon||Tow truck driver|
|Claire Riley||French news anchor|
|Aidan Williamson||Hockey boy|
|Cory Monteith||Teenage boy|
|Brandy Heidrick||Teenage girl|
|Kevin MacKenzie||Mystery man|
|Cainan Wiebe||Boy at Max's restaurant|
|Mark McConchie||Boy's father|
|Shannon Maris||Jenny's mother|
|Elizabeth Bowen||Tired mother|
|Connor Christopher Levins||Crying boy|
|Megan McKinnon||Bratty party girl|
|Robert Musnicki||Police officer|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Production on Whisper began on April 15th, 2005. Principal photography concluded on June 20th, 2005.
- This film marks the directorial horror debut of Stewart Hendler. He also directs the 2009 slasher film Sorority Row.
- Actors Sarah Wayne Callies and Michael Rooker also appeared in episodes of The Walking Dead. They were featured in season one of the series, though neither of them shared any screen time with one another.
- Actor Dulé Hill is best known for playing the role of Burton "Gus" Guster on the USA Network television series Psych.
- The title of the film originates with the notion that the demon-infected child can "whisper" ideas into the minds of others.