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Release Date:
June 2000 (USA) See more »
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True horror is simply what one human being can do to another.
Plot:
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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4 wins See more »
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Flawed but effectively grimy sleaze shocker See more (36 total) »

Cast

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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 
 
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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
 
Thanks
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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95 min | UK:80 min (cut)
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UK:18 (heavily cut) | USA:Unrated
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Named Best Independent Movie of 2001 by Rue Morgue Magazine.See more »
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God is a BugSee more »

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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Flawed but effectively grimy sleaze shocker, 29 April 2011
Author: Bloodwank from United Kingdom

Its a little hard to write a review of a film like Scrapbook. Its not that it has me especially conflicted or unsure (I enjoyed it) its just that its rather difficult to qualify ones enjoyment of what is really nothing more than a near plot free exercise in unpleasantness. Its pretty much a two hander, the tale of Leonard and Clara, Leonard being a jabbering lunatic into the whole kidnap/rape/kill bit, Clara being his latest victim. There are a couple of other folk, but they aren't really around for long and one is superfluous to all intents and purposes. Being a two hander, performances and chemistry are pretty much the essentials and whilst the film has problems in these areas it manages to pull through with one great turn and just about enough nastiness to keep things moving. Emily Haack as Clara is the great performer here, fearlessly throwing herself into her characters plight she is convincing in her degradation and naturally sympathetic. Tommy Biondo is somewhat less successful as Leonard, he nails the brutal and pathetic jerk sense of the character, but is generally too over the top to be much of a figure of fear or especially convincing as a killer, moreover the film itself does little to develop his character. Lack of development is the greatest general problem with the film actually, there isn't anything going on outside of the situation at hand but neither character has any real depth and the most potentially interesting aspect of the film (that would be Leonard's penchant for keeping records via a scrapbook of his victims last thoughts and a few taped in souvenirs) is brought up and more or less let down, becoming important only in the climax. This all combines with the overstretched length to make for a fairly patchy watch, at nearly 95 minutes things simply take too long and a bit of judicious pruning would have really boosted the general effect. The film does somewhat overcome the mentioned problems through sheer force of meanness though, Clara really goes through hell with humiliating nudity, some rough simulated rape shenanigans and a standout scene performed for real. The ending is decently twisted as well, a fine capper. None of which really qualifies Scrapbook as a "good" film, but it does well in terms of down 'n dirty exploitative goods, which were what I was looking for, in fact all I was looking for in watching it. And when a film does what it sets out to do, thats praiseworthy in my book. All in all I had a decent time with this one but I seem to be one of the few, its definitely offputting and pretty hard to recommend. I'd say its worth a look if you dig the cinematic territory as its bright spots are pretty impressive, but still something to approach with a bit of care.

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