Categories Image Gallery

Gallery Update: Photoshoots

Some new photoshoots has been added, and also a few MQ/tagged ones was replaced with better quality images.

Categories Television

Gallery Update: “Smallville”

Back in 2001 Lizzy did a guest appearance on Smallville as Tina Greer, the metahuman shapeshifting that wanted to be Lana Lang best friend. She returned on second season for the closing arc, and now thanks to my friend Haylie from kristin-kreuk.net we have high quality screen captures of both episodes.

Categories Magazines

Gallery Update: Magazine Scans

Our previous gallery didn’t have magazine scans, so for now I have a few ones added from my own collection. I know its missing a lot and also its a work in progress – we’re accepting donations, if you have some we don’t in our gallery, send me an email.


Categories Image Gallery

Gallery Update: Film Productions

I’ve transferred from the old gallery some screen captures, and also added promotional images and posters as well into each album. Still working on sorting or recapping some of the missing films, but for now, check those:

Categories The Sidekick

“The Sidekick” Gets Digital Release

Star-studded short The Sidekick will debut on iTunes, Amazon and Vimeo-On-Demand beginning February 3. The comedy will also make its streaming debut on Hulu in March, Variety is reporting.

The project, which stars Rob Benedict and Lizzy Caplan, centers around 40-year-old professional sidekick Max McCabe (Benedict), now past his prime and forced out of the fast-paced superhero world. When he is abruptly fired by his boss, the epic Captain Wonder (Ron Livingston), and replaced by a younger, quicker right-hand man, Kid Loco (Jason Ritter), Max has no choice but to somehow find a place for himself in the civilian world. With the help of his newfound friend (Caplan), Max finds the courage to re-evaluate his life and find a new purpose. Jordan Peele, Martin Starr, Sam McMurray, Ike Barinholtz, Josh Meyers, Laura Silverman and Fred Stoller round out the cast.

The short, written by Benedict and directed by Michael J. Weithorn (“The King of Queens,” “Weird Loners”), made its world premiere at Comic-Con in 2013 before embarking upon a nationwide festival run.

Watch the trailer: