Review essays

‘Max Sexton and Malcolm Cook, Adapting Science Fiction to TV: Small Screen, Expanded Universe, Steven Gil, Science Wars through the Stargate: Explorations of Science and Society in Stargate SG-1 and Douglas and Shea T. Brode, eds, Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek: The Original Cast Adventures’, Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies 12.3 (2017), 315–19

‘Bigger on the Inside, or Maybe on the Outside: Matt Hills, ed., New Dimensions of Doctor Who: Adventures in Space, Time and Television, Lindy Orthia, ed, Doctor Who and Race, Paul Booth, ed., Doctor Who: Fan Phenomena, and Iain MacRury and Michael Rustin, The Inner World of Doctor Who: Psychoanalytic Reflections in Time and Space’, Science Fiction Film and Television 7.2 (2014), 265–86

The Warped World of Koreyoshi Kurahara collection (Aru kyouhaku/Intimidation, Kyonetsu no kisetsu/The Warped Ones, Nikui an-chikushô/I Hate But Love, Kuroi taiyô/Black Sun, Ai no kawaki/The Thirst for Love)’, Film International 62 (2013), 54–8

‘From Llanfihangel Crucorney and Zagreb to the Stars!: Andrew Milner, ed., Tenses of Imagination: Raymond Williams on Science Fiction, Utopia and Dystopia and Darko Suvin, Defined by a Hollow: Essays on Utopia, Science Fiction and Political Epistemology’, Science Fiction Studies 117 (2012), 304–12

‘Spectacle, Apocalypse and the Telepathic Fruitarian Pacifists from Mars: Atlantis (Blom Denmark 1913), Verdens undergang (Blom Denmark 1916) and Himmelskibet (Holger-Madsen Denmark 1918)’, Science Fiction Film and Television 4.1 (2010), 107–15

‘From Panther to Princess, Sex Work to Starfleet: Sandra Jackson and Julie Moody-Freeman, eds, African Identities, “The Black Imagination and Science Fiction” special issue’, Science Fiction Studies 111 (2010), 292–8.

‘Miéville and His Chinas: Stephen Shapiro, ed., Gothic Studies “Material Gothic” special issue and Collapse: Journal of Philosophical Research and Development, volume IV: Concept Horror’, Extrapolation 50.2 (2009), 345–59

‘Bernd Herzogenrath, ed., The Films of Tod Browning and Reynold Humphries, The Hollywood Horror Film, 1931–1941: Madness in a Social Landscape’, Film International 7.4 (2009), 78–82.

‘Nothing Much to Phone Home About (with exceptions): Warren Buckland, Directed by Steven Spielberg: Poetics of the Contemporary Blockbuster, Lester D Friedman, Citizen Spielberg, Andrew Gordon, Empire of Dreams: The Science Fiction and Fantasy Films of Steven Spielberg and Nigel Morris, The Cinema of Steven Spielberg: Empire of Light’, Science Fiction Film and Television 1.2 (2008), 303–25

Sweet Sweetback’s Baad Asssss Song and Baad Asssss’, Film International 27 (2007), 70–3

‘Best Foot Forward: On Vivian Sobchack, Carnal Thoughts: Embodiment and Moving Image Culture, Science Fiction Studies 100 (2006), 512–6

‘Carl Freedman, The Incomplete Projects: Marxism, Modernity and the Politics of Culture’, Historical Materialism 14.4 (2006), 233–43

‘Roger Luckhurst, Science Fiction’, Extrapolation 46.4 (2005), 527–41

‘…And Then Suddenly Two Came Along At Once: Gregg Rickman, ed., The Science Fiction Film Reader and Sean Redmond, ed., Liquid Metal: The Science Fiction Film Reader, Science Fiction Studies 96 (2005), 323–32

‘If This Retrofuturistic Flu Goes On…: Jeffrey Shaw and Peter Weibel, eds, Future Cinema: The Cinematic Imaginary after Film, Film-Philosophy 2005

‘Carl Freedman, Critical Theory and Science Fiction’, Historical Materialism 10.4 (2002), 297–305

‘Whither Our Understanding of Sf?: Thomas Richards’s Star Trek in Myth and Legend, Daniel Leonard Bernardi’s Star Trek and History: Race-ing Toward a White Future, and Taylor Harrison, Sarah Projansky, Kent A Ono, and Elyce Rae Helford, eds, Enterprise Zones: Critical Position on Star Trek’, Public Understanding of Science 8.1 (1999), 57–63

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