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Release Date:
June 2000 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
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 »
User Reviews:
A huge waste of time... even worse acting than a porn movie See more (37 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 
 
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
 
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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Runtime:
95 min | UK:80 min (cut)
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1.33 : 1 See more »
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Certification:
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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5 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
A huge waste of time... even worse acting than a porn movie, 6 February 2010
Author: sindellemorte from United States

Don't believe the hype. This movie is crap. It tries desperately to be "gritty and realistic" but it just isn't. From the opening sequence, we are disappointed: the acting isn't believable at all, the torture scenes aren't believable (is that how a person would REALLY react to being tortured? come on), the "violence" is seriously lame and the overall affect is flat and 2 dimensional. I felt like I was watching a high school film class project reject. It is really, really bad. As one of the previous reviewers said, I too found myself fast-forwarding through a lot of it and it was still too long. It fails to make a point or a statement. It is simply badly-executed, badly-acted pseudo-violence for it's own sake. And unlike many of the "positive reviewers" (who have apparently posted identical reviews on other sites, such as Amazon), I wasn't shocked by the "violence" or offended by it's depiction or worried I'd "burn in hell just for watching it." I found it utterly unrealistic and totally lame. At times it was laughable and pathetic.

Scrapbook is one of those movies whose fans will claim the naysayers just don't "get" when the truth is, it's not that hard to understand or "get". It just isn't very good. In fact, it's terrible. A complete waste of time.

*And by the way, this is not an original idea for a movie. The concept has been utilized in many other areas first, including an episode of Law & Order and most notably, the 1963 novel The Collector by John Fowles. The Collector was a source of inspiration for real-life serial killers Leonard Lake and Charles Ng, who dubbed their master plan "The Miranda Project" (after the main character in The Collector) and also videotaped most of what they did. After having seen some of these particular tapes and also being a devout (and long-time) crime scene photo, video- and audio recording aficionado, I can tell you that Scrapbook is simply an embarrassingly-amateurish attempt at something the director/writer apparently thinks he understands but clearly does not. The "serial killer's" pathology in this "movie" is wrong to the point of ridiculousness.

This "film's" true target audience, people who appreciate the true crime genre like myself, will walk away laughing and seriously disappointed. Horror movie fans will be even more disappointed. This "movie" is a waste of time. Don't bother.

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