Meet The Digital Fix Team
Owner / Publisher / Gaming and Geek:Life Interim Editor
As the publisher of The Digital Fix, I manage the day-to-day direction of all areas of the site, from the content sections right through the forums. I am also the technical lead which means I ensure everything works as expected and any software changes are coded by my own hands! I occasionally contribute to all areas, but in general leave the specific area management to the people who know what they're doing. I am the main contact point for anyone who wants to discuss advertising, licensing, syndication and anything else at a business-level.
Cinephile. Empath Demon. Wonder Woman. Bookworm. Lover of beetroot. As Managing Editor, I oversee all content on the film side of TDF and contribute as often as I can. I enjoy all aspects of film but especially Horror, World Cinema, and Silent/Studio-era Hollywood.
I'm the TV Editor for The Digital Fix, so naturally I watch and write about a lot TV! My favourite shows are Buffy, The West Wing and Hannibal but I'm a huge fan of numerous shows and have recently written extensively about Twin Peaks and The X Files, revisiting old episodes as the shows celebrate their revivals.You can also follow me on The X Cast, where I regularly talk all things X Files and on Facebook where you can like my page Baz Greenland Writer.
Home Cinema Lead
I am a French film buff who has been living in London since 2008. Cinema has always been my passion and I am particularly fond of movies from the 40s to the 70s. My favorite directors are Alfred Hitchcock, Henri-Georges Clouzot, Jean-Pierre Melville, Claude Chabrol, Roman Polanski, Brian de Palma and John Carpenter. I'm currently Home Cinema Lead for The Digital Fix.
Writer, avid filmmaker and all around nerd. I’m a resident film reviewer for The Digital Fix, and I also write my own blog (square-eyed-geek) about anything and everything film or TV related. Obsessed with horror, Marvel and Tarantino, not necessarily in that order. Follow me on Twitter @squareeyedgeek.
writer of film/TV reviews and features!
Alistair has been writing about film and TV for three years at a number of websites, most notably Film Inquiry and Gay Essential. He's also a member of GALECA (the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association), and once interviewed Woody Harrelson, which he will probably tell you about extensively, whether you want to hear about it, or not.
I'm Nikki, 21, and i suffer from PTSD as a result of a serious accident i had when i was 19. My favourite thing to do in life is game either on my PC or PS4. And if i'm not doing this you can find me admiring my car, rocking out to punk or metal music or taking photos of my dog for her instagram.My favourite games include - Overwatch, The Tomb Raider series (old and new), the Sims 3 and Kingdoms and Castles.
Tom is a recent graduate from Bristol, looking to make a career out of writing about entertainment and culture. If he's not watching a film, playing a game or listening to music - don't worry! - he's probably just gone to make a cup of tea. He's never far from a screen. His favourite game is Fallout 3, and I have more hours on Mount and Blade, Total War games and everything Bethesda than I’d care to admit (unless you’re reading this, mum, in which case I spend all my time outside doing sport things!).
I've been playing games since the 90's, started on the NES and moved on to every other platform since. Gaming is a massive passion of mine, but I'm also passionate about movies, TV and sports. My favourite game of all time is The Last of Us, I'm a huge Naughty Dog fan. You can find me on Twitter @AzakiusUK
Bea is a lover of pixel art and retro games who has recently got back into gaming and anime. Her favourite games include Chrono Trigger and Fez. She is passionate about various topics which include but not limited to social science, STEM, racial politics and gender equality. She is a humble individual who holds two degrees a BA from University of Sussex and MA from SOAS, University of London. She is introverted extrovert who is very open minded, friendly and loves hot weather.
Karly Stilling is a Canadian writer living in London with her very fluffy cat. She has degrees in film and writing, and her work has won a couple of awards and been published in a few zines. When she’s not working on her novel, you can find her cuddled up with her cat watching movies. You can follow her cat on Instagram @mottylthecat if you’re into that sort of thing.