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- Contemporary British Horror Cinema: Industry, Genre and Society (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2015)
- Read chapter one here.
- Britain and the Video Boom: An Industrial History (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, under contract)
- Grindhouse: Cultural Exchange on 42nd Street, and Beyond, edited with Austin Fisher (London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016)
- Snuff: Real Death and Screen Media, edited with Neil Jackson, Shaun Kimber, Thomas Joseph Watson (London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016)
- Cinema, Television and History: New Approaches, edited with Laura Mee (Newcastle: CSP, 2014)
Journal articles / book chapters
- 'Blood Cults: The Birth of the North American Shot on Video Horror Movie', in Ernest Mathijs and Jamie Sexton (eds) The Routledge Companion to Cult Film (forthcoming 2020).
- 'Reliability, quality and a reputation for great entertainment: the promotional strategies of Britain’s early video distributors, beyond the video nasties', Post Script, 35.3, pp. 33-7.
- 'Video nicies: re-thinking the relationship between video entertainment and children in Britain during the early 1980s', Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 2017.
- 'Rewind, Playback: re-viewing the "video boom" in Britain,' in I. Q. Hunter et al (eds) Routledge Companion to British Cinema History (London: Routledge, 2017), pp. 328-37.
- 'Traces of snuff: black markets, fan subcultures and underground horror in the 1990s,' in Neil Jackson et al. Snuff: Real Death and Screen Media (London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016).
- 'Knowing the unknown beyond: "Italianate" and "Italian" horror cinema in the twenty-first century,' in Stefano Baschiera and Russ Hunter (eds) Italian Horror Cinema (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2016).
- 'From Pinter to Pimp: Danny Dyer, Class, Cultism and the Critics', co-written with Sarah Godfrey, Journal of British Cinema and Television, 12.1 (2015)
- 'Low budgets, no budgets and Digital Video nasties: recent British horror and informal distribution', in Nowell, R. (ed.) Merchants of Menace: The Business of Horror Cinema. London & New York: Bloomsbury (2014).
- 'A wilderness of horrors?-British horror cinema in the new millennium', Journal of British Cinema and Television, 9.3 (2012)
- 'Nasty visions: Violent spectacle in contemporary British horror cinema', Horror Studies 2.1, (2011) pp.115-130.
Reviews / interviews / conference reports
- Review of Spaghetti Cinema: Incorporating Spaghetti Westerns in Transit: An International Film Conference on Transculturation and Liminality, Luton Library Theatre, University of Bedfordshire, 11–13 April 2013, Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Sudies 1.3 (2013).
- Review of Understanding Horror DVD learning resource,Viewfinder (April 2012).
- '"F" for "Frightening"?: Johannes Roberts takes on hoodie horrors', Diabolique 3, (February 2011) pp.24-32.