Writer's Block 

A struggling writer accepts a once-in-a-lifetime offer to collaborate with a best-selling novelist at his remote Texas ranch.

Directors:

Jeff Kerr, Ray Spivey

Writers:

Jeff Kerr, Ray Spivey

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Updated: 6 May 2019
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Cast

Credited cast, sorted by IMDb STARmeter:
Mike Gassaway ... Chester Everett McGraw
Katusha Robert ... Jillian
Chris Warner ... Digger Haskell
Bobbie Grace ... Tricia
Craig Nigh ... Skip Larson
Jeannie Carter-Cruz ... Catalina
Anton Savenko Anton Savenko ... Bookstore shopper
C.J. Roberts C.J. Roberts ... Angry Book Store Customer
Kellie Penna Kellie Penna ... Nurse
Nora Hunter Nora Hunter ... Elaine
Marc Salvato Marc Salvato ... Bookstore Security Guard
Fritz Reinig Fritz Reinig ... Sheriff Harley Young
Cindy Howard Cindy Howard ... Nurse
Chelcy Gonzales Chelcy Gonzales ... Legal Assistant
Meredyth Fowler Meredyth Fowler ... Bookstore Fan
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Storyline

A struggling writer. A mysterious man with a wad of cash. An unbelievable offer to collaborate with best-selling author Chester Everett McGraw. All Skip Larson must do is sever contact with the outside world for six months and focus on his greatest passion: writing. But Skip should have known nothing comes easy in life . . . or death.

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Taglines:

A novel way to die.

Genres:

Thriller

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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Austin, Texas, USA See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$150,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Sharp Town Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color (4K)
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Trivia

The opening scene in which Tricia meets with Chester was filmed in former Texas Speaker of the House Gib Lewis's trophy room. See more »

Quotes

Chester Everett McGraw: All glory, like life, is fleeting, my dear.
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