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The ScribblerSuki, a young woman suffering from mental illness has been given to use 'The Siamese Burn,' an experimental machine that can cure her by burning multiple personalities until only one left. With the help of 'Scribbler', a super powered being who communicates with her by scribbling messages backwards, Suki step-by-step solves the crime of murder and find the real killer.Keywords:
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Directors of "The Scribbler"John SuitsBirthdate: 11 May 1983, Huntington Beach, California, USA
Creators of "The Scribbler"Dan Schaffer
Critic Reviews of "The Scribbler"VarietySeptember 19, 2014
Katie Cassidy's intrepid lead performance can't overcome the limitations of a low-budget comicbook adaptation.RogerEbert.comSeptember 19, 2014
It's dull when one wants it to be ludicrous, and serves as a reminder of how hard it is to bring comic books to celluloid life on a limited budget.Los Angeles TimesSeptember 18, 2014
Someone should have scribbled a better script for "The Scribbler."Epoch TimesMay 23, 2016
The Scribbler incorporates elements from several genres (science fiction, horror, dark fantasy) and generates some clever disbelief-suspending psychological double-talk.The Robot's VoiceJanuary 05, 2015
John Suits creates a brightly colored dystopia that mirrors the palette of superhero comics while the sets themselves resemble the grimy imagery of industrial music videos.Paste MagazineSeptember 25, 2014
The Scribbler is overwrought, absurd, occasionally exploitative, completely lacking in subplot, takes a good 20-25 minutes to really get going and has acting that varies from excellent to, well, less-than-excellent. It's also hugely fun!Film Journal InternationalSeptember 18, 2014
With its endless edginess and unhealthy obsession with madness at its most flamboyant, The Scribbler strains to be a cult film, but even the most diehard lovers of cinema strangeness may find it ultimately too nonsensical and needlessly overwrought.Tribune News ServiceSeptember 18, 2014
Not much here, as far as paranoid "Is she nuts?" thrillers go, but just interesting and kinky enough to warrant a lookMark Leeper's ReviewsSeptember 17, 2014
The film exudes a grunge look and a grunge feel while it shifts gears and genres.Aisle SeatSeptember 15, 2014
Gloriously bonkers! The Scribbler is fearless in its willingness to go right over the edge, which makes it a treat for fans of science-fiction madness.We Got This CoveredSeptember 15, 2014
While The Scribbler isn't exactly in contention with the best that the comic book genre has to offer, Katie Cassidy utilizes the numerous voices in her head to create a unique hero for a bit of stylized freshness.
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