Reviews: Geoff Berkshire(Variety): Katie Cassidy's fearless lead performance can't prostrate the limitations of a low-bag comicbook adaptation. Gary Goldstein(Los Angeles Times): Someone should acquire scribbled a better script for "The Scribbler." Brian Tallerico(RogerEbert.com): It's blunt when one wants it to subsist ludicrous, and serves as a reminder of to what extent hard it is to bring farcical books to celluloid life on a limited stock. David Noh(Film Journal International): With its illimitable edginess and unhealthy obsession with franticness at its most flamboyant, The Scribbler strains to have ~ing a cult film, but even the greatest part diehard lovers of cinema strangeness may procure it ultimately too nonsensical and needlessly overwrought. Roger Moore(McClatchy-Tribune News Service): Not much here, as far as paranoid "Is she nuts?" thrillers go, but just interesting and kinky enough to affirm a look Mark R. Leeper(Mark Leeper’s Reviews): The thin skin exudes a grunge look and a grunge feel though it shifts gears and genres. Mike McGranaghan(Aisle Seat): Gloriously bonkers! The Scribbler is dauntless in its willingness to go not oblique over the edge, which makes it a handle for fans of science-fiction insanity. Matt Donato(We Got This Covered): While The Scribbler isn't exactly in altercation with the best that the humorous book genre has to offer, Katie Cassidy utilizes the numerous voices in her head to be the occasion of a unique hero for a crumb of stylized freshness.