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.
I'm the TV Editor for The Digital Fix. Not surprisingly, I watch a lot television! Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Babylon 5 and The West Wing are my favourite shows of all time - Westworld is my favourite show currently on TV and I'm also rather fond of Doctor Who, The X Files, Twin Peaks, Hannibal, Alias and Frasier.I love working with my team of writers to bring reviews, features and interviews about TV and am always looking for potential new writers to join the team. I also run a team of Big Finish writers for The Digital Fix, producing reviews regularly for the site.Outside of The Digital Fix, I have recently written a short story 'The Dinner Party' for the Doctor Who spin-off Lethbridge Stewart range from Candy Jar books and am putting the finishing touches to a Lethbridge Stewart novel out later in 2020.
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.
Contributor (Film and Television sites)
I'm a fiction and non-fiction writer, and have been a contributor to The Digital Fix (formerly DVD Times) since 2000. I've reviewed a wide variety of films and television, with a particular specialism in Australian cinema. I've written a review special for Australia Day (26 January) for this site every year since 2002.
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.
Lachlan Haycock is an Australian writer and editor. His academic background is in foreign languages and creative writing.Lachlan is (allegedly) fluent in Indonesian and plans on being productive later this month. For other writing, including prose and poetry, visit lachlanhaycock.com.
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.
Father of three mad children. I have been playing video games since the '80s. Back when they shipped complete, worked and were a real challenge. Sometimes rambles about video games online. Loves SciFi, Fantasy, Music, Sport, books, funny things and of course, video games.
Jonny enjoys strategy games, looter shooters, and long walks on the beach. Good at breaking down games... some would say too good. He doesn't know where the off switch is for his critical brain and is regularly scolded for winning family game nights by exploiting flawed rules.
A gamer since the early 90s, and survivor of the Great 16bit Console Wars. Favourite games practically change by the hour, but all-time fave will likely always be Resident Evil 2. Slightly obsessed with Final Fantasy XIV (Chaos - Cerberus). The one on the left, as the one on the right is obviously the one-and-only legend, Naoki Yoshida.
Hi, I'm Dan.I am a huge gamer and have been since the day I can remember. My fondest memories was playing Sonic the Hedgehog on the Sega Megadrive. Since then, I have been attached to this world, and I bloody love it. In my spare time, I like to watch my football team and spend time with my kids. Catch me on Twitter @Bravo2Zero0
I am a YouTuber, musician, English Lit and Creative Writing student with the Open University, British soap fanatic, former member of Doctor Who Magazine’s Time Team, and was featured on Channel 5’s Me and My Mental Illness. I talk (and write) a lot about feminism, LGBT+ issues, mental health, and all those other fun social justice things.
Georgina Howlett is a 23-year-old English Literature graduate, freelance journalist, and full-time games industry worker. When not chasing after Pokémon, living out her dream as a Squid Kid or battling as a hero of Overwatch, you can find her reading a book, surfing the web, or chasing after her golden retriever.
Lifelong fan of video games, some favorites being Mega Man X, Pokémon Gold, Battlefield 2142, and Phantasy Star Online: Blue Burst (among many others). Happily married with six children and two cats, I mostly spend my free time watching stand-up comedy and humbling my kids at Super Smash Bros. if they get too cocky.
Starting out with games ranging from Pokémon to Diablo II, I have a variety of tastes. I write primarily about Nintendo, but find myself keeping in touch with my Xbox and PC roots as well. When not delving into gaming I usually can be found checking American football results or visiting craft breweries.
Obsessed with film since 1982. Rich Johnson's baptism with celluloid was during the Golden Age of VHS. He is a lecturer in film studies and graphic design, hosts @filmandpodcast and is one half of @mondomoviehouse. Writing credits include: Little White Lies, Hotdog, Network, Rebeller Media, Shots, Diabolique magazine and Fangoria along with upcoming film commentary and boutique label essays. His Devil’s Advocates book on Bone Tomahawk is due out late 2020.
Andrew Graves is a freelance writer and film tutor, and has appeared on TV and radio on a number of occasions being featured on 6 Music’s Cerys Mathews Show, Inside Out and the documentary Evidently John Cooper Clarke. My last non-fiction title Welcome to the Cheap Seats: Silver Screen Portrayals of the British Working Class, was published by Five Leaves Books last year. His next book, an analysis of Alice Lowe’s film Prevenge will be published by Auteur Publishing next year. In addition to this he regularly runs cult film-related courses at the Broadway Cinema Nottingham, where he often presents Q&As and special screenings. He is also creator, co-host and writer of Mondo Moviehouse – The Weird World Cinema Podcast.
Games & TV Contributor
Abbi is an entertainment writer from the UK. She loves games, TV, and film and is usually writing about one or the other (mostly as an excuse to play/watch them). She's interested in exploring diversity and representation in the media and relevant industries, as well as the relationship between media and society.