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2000's "Scrapbook" is "based on actual events." These situations are never identified, with violence and suffering basically driving the viewing experience, technically qualifying most movies as "based on actual events." Screenwriter Tommy Biondo (who passed away in 1999) has some personal issues to work through in the picture, which explores the merciless ways of a serial killer (played by Biondo) and his obsession with his latest catch, spending time torturing a young woman in his remote farmhouse. And that's about it for dramatic urgency in "Scrapbook," with the shot-on- video endeavor completely made up of scenes where one character torments the other character, with Biondo passing on story and suspense to make what's basically a fetish film that's extraordinarily tedious to watch. Read the rest at


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