Chapter in edited book:
‘Formal Radicalism versus Radical Representation: Reassessing The French Connection (William Friedkin, 1971) and Dirty Harry (Don Siegel, 1971)’ (2021), New Wave, New Hollywood: Reassessment, Recovery, and Legacy. Abrams, N. & Frame, G. (eds.). New York: Bloomsbury Academic.
The Vigilante Thriller: Violence, Spectatorship and Identification in American Cinema, 1970-76. New York: Bloomsbury
He Disagreed with Something that Ate Him: Reading The Living Daylights & Licence to Kill
Identity and Folk Horror in Julian Richards’ Darklands
Bright Lights Film Journal
Watch it Again! Society (Brian Yuzna, 1989)
Watch It Again! Joe (John G. Avildsen, 1970)
Superman v Objectivism: Forget Lex Luthor and Brainiac; Could Ayn Rand Be Superman’s Biggest Enemy?
Teeth: A, Sort of, Superhero
God’s Work: Witchfinder General and the Abuse of Power
The London Film & Media Reader 1 (as Tom Edwards)
American New Wave: A Retrospective, Bangor University. PANEL A – Revisiting Key Films of the American New Wave I (Roberts Room) (Chair: Matthew Melia), 4 July 2017.
The London Film & Media Conference 2011. PANEL MED41 – Crime Fictions (Cohen, R/Ioannidou/Edwards/Formica), 14 July 2011.