Scott Tibbs, one of the Saw world's unseen background characters, takes his own unique perspective on the Jigsaw murders in his down-and-dirty documentary.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Zach Starr ...
Scott Tibbs
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Detective Jenkins
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lark Arrowood ...
Groupie
Luke Bugenhagen ...
Guitar Guy
David Carstens ...
News Camera Op #4
Stephen P. Conrad ...
Guy (as Stephen Castello)
Eric Scott Curtis ...
Security Guard
Sven Davison ...
Detective Willis
Victoria Harvey ...
Teenager
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Editor
Milton Lawrence ...
Doctor
Marilyn Moon ...
Nurse
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New Reporter #1
Brandon Peters ...
News Camera Op #2
Monique Soltani ...
Reporter
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Scott Tibbs, one of the Saw world's unseen background characters, takes his own unique perspective on the Jigsaw murders in his down-and-dirty documentary.

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24 October 2006 (USA)  »

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Hated it
7 March 2015 | by (Co, Derry, Northern Ireland) – See all my reviews

I know that Scott Tibbs is meant to be an unlikeable character, but if you're going to have your main character be a dick, then make it funny like Cartman, Bazil Fawlty, Homer Simpson and Blackadder.

But Scott is so damn hateful that we can't enjoy this feature.

There is nothing funny about this mockumentary. Not one laugh. Scott himself is not funny. Where Bazil Fawlty and Blackadder have great one liners that make them funny, Scott doesn't have any one liner, wit or anything interesting about him. The whole joke is that he's a prick and he's rude to everyone. That's it.

His unlikeable personality makes this thing hard to sit through. The makers of this feature find this funny, but we don't.

What made the makers of this feature think that people would actually enjoy it? What were they thinking?

I would hate to think if Scott got his own series. Give me Fred Figglehorn any day!


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