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True horror is simply what one human being can do to another.
A young woman named Clara is captured by a serial killer named Leonard who records his "life story" by keeping a scrapbook of his many victims... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Emily Haack ... Clara
Tommy Biondo ... Leonard
Todd Tevlin ... Biffle Morris
Elizabeth Hammock ... Young Leonard's Sister
Sam Maiden Jr. ... Young Leonard's Brother
Angelia Sanderson ... The Victim In The Van

Directed by
Eric Stanze 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Tommy Biondo 

Produced by
Tommy Biondo .... executive producer
Eric Stanze .... executive producer
Todd Tevlin .... associate producer
Jeremy Wallace .... producer
Original Music by
Brian McClelland 
Film Editing by
Eric Stanze 
Production Design by
Tommy Biondo 
Makeup Department
Tommy Biondo .... special makeup effects artist
Tony Bridges .... special makeup effects artist
Sarah Stanze .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Lisa Anne Harness .... post-production supervisor
Art Department
Paula Morhaus .... production design assistant
Special Effects by
Tony Bridges .... special effects creator
Sarah Stanze .... special effects creator
Camera and Electrical Department
Jason Christ .... grip
Anthony Graham .... grip
Eric Stanze .... camera operator
Eric Stanze .... lighting
Todd Tevlin .... gaffer
Todd Tevlin .... lighting
Editorial Department
Jay Johnson .... post-production assistant
Todd Tevlin .... post-production assistant
Other crew
Jack Fansher .... production associate
Rick Green .... production associate
Chuck LeRoi .... production associate
Jim Martin .... location manager
Patti Pagliai-Bowzer .... location manager
Craig Schubert .... production associate
Michael Wallace .... location manager
Michael Bangert .... special thanks
Diana Blackwell .... special thanks
Ron Bonk .... special thanks
William Clifton .... special thanks
Alfred Dodson .... special thanks
Jessica Dodson .... special thanks (as Jessica Wyman-Dodson)
Shana Ko .... special thanks
Steve Lashly .... special thanks
Kevin J. Lindenmuth .... special thanks (as Kevin Lindenmuth)
Doug Mutert .... special thanks
Jason Pankoke .... special thanks
Pam Rainey .... special thanks
D.J. Vivona .... special thanks

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Additional Details

95 min | UK:80 min (cut)
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
UK:18 (heavily cut) | USA:Unrated
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91 out of 110 people found the following review useful.
Truly Pathetic, 29 January 2007
Author: groucho_de_sade from Houston, TX (where the cows come from)

Wow, what a disappointment. After watching the director's ICE FROM THE SUN, I thought I'd give this one a shot. If you've ever seen ICE FROM THE SUN, feel free to laugh up your sleeve at my naiveté for thinking this one would be even better. SCRAPBOOK is a truly awful pseudo-movie, all the more stunningly awful because the mise-en-scene at least indicates that a modicum of talent resides behind the camera. Tommy Biondo, who "wrote" the "script", plays a serial killer who keeps a scrapbook of all the women he tortures and kills. Why? It's never made clear. He kidnaps a girl and tells her that she must maintain an account of her torture in the scrapbook. Why? It's never made clear. The killer has a deep-seated resentment of women, and is sexually maladjusted. Why? It's never made clear. As a matter of fact, the only thing that's clear from this stupid movie is the filmmakers' desire to "make something really disturbing"; their miserable failure comes from the fact that without subtext, scenes of violence and torture are simply demoralizing, not to mention boring. Maybe the film could've at least been uncomfortable to watch, but all the torture sequences -- the film's bread and butter -- are so ineffectively staged that all their violence is rendered completely useless. The acting in this movie is so bad: how hard could it possibly be to act out blinding pain? The girl in this movie is so stupid; through the whole thing, she simply cries and whimpers, rolls up into a little ball, says "Please" a lot. I'm not ordinarily the type to watch a movie and say, "If I were there, I'd do this...", but in this case we're talking about a dumb weepy girl who isn't even tied half the time, and through all the rape and debasement, never once a raised hand, never a kick, not even a cross word! I know girls who would eat this psycho-killer prick for breakfast. I'm not the sort of person who thinks that gore and graphic sex disqualify a film from greatness. I just find it insulting that this movie is intended to be "thought-provoking". The only thought it provoked in me was "What an idiot I was for spending $25 on this horse-s__t." If you want to see a truly disturbing and thought-provoking horror film that has a point beyond the lovingly-detailed (and poorly rendered) torture of a severely stupid young woman, watch IN A GLASS CAGE, HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER, Texas CHAINSAW MASSACRE, or LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT (that's right, even LAST HOUSE wasn't this bad). Some people here have called SCRAPBOOK offensive and nauseating; I'd argue that this is giving the "film"-makers too much credit. SCRAPBOOK is stupid, boring, and pointless; I wouldn't even do the cast and crew the favor of getting sick at this stupid, boring, and pointless movie. I could go on and on about how terrible it is, but just see for yourself. If you found this movie stimulating, I have three words for you: READ A BOOK!

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