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MCKENNA, Mark (2024) Big Wednesday: Lamenting Lost Youth in the New Hollywood. Cinema and Youth Cultures . Routledge, London. ISBN 9780367178925 (In Press)

MCKENNA, Mark (2024) Don't be afraid, It's only business: Rethinking the video nasties moral panic in Thatcher’s Britain. In: The Screen Censorship Companion: Critical Explorations in the Control of Film and Screen Media. University of Exeter Press, Exeter. ISBN 9781804130667

MCKENNA, Mark (2024) The Politics of Performing Rambo. In: Celebrity Studies Conference, July 1-3, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam.

McKenna, Mark (2024) Balancing Heritage and Progress: Reimagining the Potteries as a Centre for Digital Film Production. In: Staffordshire University’s Research, Innovation and Enterprise Conference 2024, Tuesday 11th June, The Catalyst. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2024) Telling a Different Story: Hollywood on the Wear. In: ''Weddings and Funerals': UK Screen Industries in a Global Context, 1994-2024’,, 13-14 June 2024, The Centre for Converged Screen Media and Entertainment (COSME), Department of Communication and Media, University of Liverpool.

MCKENNA, Mark (2024) Murder in an Attention Economy: Media, Celebrity and the Prosecution of Luka Magnotta. In: Socety for Cinema and Media Studies conference (SCMS), 13/03/24 - 17/03/24, Boston Sheraton. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2023) Twenty-First Century Digital Snuff: The Circulation of Images and Videos of Real Death Online. In: Difficult Death, Dying and the Dead in Media and Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, London. ISBN 9783031407314 (In Press)

MCKENNA, Mark (2023) Hollywood Don't Surf... but Darrylin Zanuck Does: Resistance and Incorporation in Californian Surf Culture. In: New Directions in Cinema and Youth Cultures Research Symposium, 27/01/23, Liverpool University. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark and LENNON, Andrew (2023) Silicon Stoke 2023: Developing Film and TV Content in North Staffordshire. Research report for external body. Stoke-on-Trent City Council.

MCKENNA, Mark (2023) Snuff. Devil's Advocates . Auteur | Liverpool University Press, Liverpool. ISBN 978-1800859395

MCKENNA, Mark (2022) Silicon Stoke: Levelling Up the Screen Industries. In: Film and Games Research Networking Event, September 14, 2022, Birmingham City University.

MCKENNA, Mark (2022) 'A working-class hero is something to be’ stardom in post-studio era Hollywood. In: Profs in the Pav, March 7, 2022, Pavilion Café, College Road. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2021) Just a man and his will to survive: disadvantage and determination in the brand narrative of Sylvester Stallone. In: Northumbria University Moving Image, Popular Culture and Media Seminar Series, Noember 10, 2021, Online.

MCKENNA, Mark (2021) Horror Franchise Cinema. Routledge, London. ISBN ISBN 9780367183271

MCKENNA, Mark (2021) What Film is your Film Like? : Negotiating Authenticity in the Distributive Seriality of the Zombi Franchise. In: Horror Franchise Cinema. Routledge, London, pp. 145-158. ISBN ISBN 9780367183271

MCKENNA, Mark (2021) Censor – a new film remembers a dark episode in Britain’s cinematic past. The Conversation.

Proctor, William and MCKENNA, Mark (2021) The Death and Ressurection Show: Horror Franchise Cinema and the Romanticization of Cult. In: Horror Franchise Cinema. Routledge, London, pp. 1-28.

MCKENNA, Mark (2021) Nasty Business: The Marketing and Distribution of the Video Nasties Book Launch. In: Nasty Business Book Launch Panel, 25th Jan 2021.

MCKENNA, Mark (2020) Don't be afraid it's only business. In: Screening Censorship, 16-17 October, 2020, Ghent University.

MCKENNA, Mark (2020) Nasty Business: The Marketing and Distribution of the Video Nasties. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 9781474451086 (In Press)

MCKENNA, Mark (2019) Sylvester Stallone and the Economics of the Ageing Actor. Celebrity Studies, 10 (4). pp. 489-503. ISSN 1939-2397

MCKENNA, Mark (2019) Resisting Redundancy: Sylvester Stallone and the Ageing Action Star. In: Persona Studies, 25-26 June, 2019, University of Newcastle. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2018) Collective Remembrance, Empirical Evidence and the Search for Historical Accuracy in the History of the 'Video Nasties'. In: History of Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception (HOMER) Network Conference, 26–28 June 2019, University of the Bahamas, Nassau, The Bahamas,. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2018) Sylvester Stallone: Analogue Actor / Digital Celebrity. In: Celebrity Studies Conference, 28th June 2018, Sapienza University, Rome,. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2018) Sylvester Stallone and the Economics of the Ageing Film Star. In: Geriaction Cinema: A Symposium on the Ageing Action Star, 11th May 2018, Bournemouth University. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2018) Of Underdogs and Arm Wrestling: Stardom and the Cannon Film Group. In: Society For Cinema and Media Studies ( SCMS), March 14-18, 2018, Sheraton Centre Toronto. (Unpublished)

Impey, Jason and MCKENNA, Mark (2018) VIPCO: The Untold Story. [Artefact]

MCKENNA, Mark (2017) Whose Canon is it Anyway?: Subcultural Capital, Cultural Distinction and Value in High Art and Low Culture Film Distribution. In: Cult Media Re-packaged, Re-released and Restored. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 31-47. ISBN 978-3-319-63679-5 978-3-319-63678-8

MCKENNA, Mark (2017) Rethinking the 'video nasties' : economics, marketing, and distribution. Doctoral thesis, University of Sunderland.

MCKENNA, Mark (2016) A Murder Mystery in Black and Blue - The Marketing Distribution and Cult Mythology of Snuff in the UK. In: Snuff: Real Death and Screen Media. Bloomsbury, London, pp. 121-136. ISBN 9781628921137

MCKENNA, Mark (2015) VIPCO, Shitco and the Changing Face of Exploitation. In: Global Exploitation Cinemas, 28 May 2015, University of Lincoln. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2015) Selling Fear: The 'Video Nasties' – Beyond Censorship. In: MeCCSA Annual Conference, January 2015, Northumbria University,. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) [Invited public lecture] From video collecting to contemporary cinema (with Johnny Walker - Northumbria University). In: Abertoir Horror Film Festival, November 15, 2014, Aberystwyth. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) Nasty Tales Exhibition. [Show/Exhibition]

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) Plastic Nostalgia: In Remembrance of the 'Video Nasty. In: Invited Speaker, October 2014, Birmingham City University. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) Reconfiguring the 'Merchants of Menace’. In: Archaeologies of Media and Film, 5 September 2014, University of Bradford. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) Banned in the UK: Approaching the Industrial Analysis of "Video Nasty" Distribution. In: Industrial Approaches to Media: Methodological Gateway to Industry Studies, 5 June 2014, University of Nottingham. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) Coming Back from the Dead: Zombie Distribution and the Unofficial Franchise. In: Italian Horror Cinema, 9 May 2014, University of Bedfordshire. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) 1984: Freedom and Censorship in the Media Conference. Sunderland University London Campus.

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) A Murder Mystery in Black and Blue: Astra Video and the UK Distribution of Snuff. In: Cult Cinema and Technological Change, 15 April 2014, Aberystwyth University. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) 'Strong Uncut Version': Censorship and Blame in VIPCO's Reissues of the "Video Nasties". In: International Film Studies Spring School, 9 April 2014, Gorizia, Italy. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2013) "What Film is Your Film Like?" Retitling as Adaptation and Paratext. In: Adventures in Textuality: Adaptation in the Twenty-First Century, 03 Apr 2013, University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2012) Hammer has Risen from the Grave. Research report for external body. Cine Excess e-journal.

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