Chrishaun Baker is a freelance critic, essayist, and screenwriter with an affinity for comic books, horror movies, post-punk and rap music. He spends a mind-numbing amount of time playing video games and his favorite movie of all-time is David Cronenberg's Videodrome.
Chrishaun is a Film and Television alumni at Western Carolina University, and his writing can be seen all over the web but most notably with the fantastic crew at Film-Cred.
10 years ago, Joaquin Phoenix made the most realistic cult thriller ever
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34 years ago, 'Batman' redefined death in comics
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If Marvel is looking for inspiration for its Daredevil reboot, this recent comic series is the way to go.
How Watchmen uses time travel to explore the sinister cycles of racism
The HBO adaptation of the iconic graphic novel examines generational trauma via time alteration.
35 years ago, Sam Raimi redefined the zombie movie
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The Batman finally holds Bruce Wayne accountable in one historic way
Matt Reeves gives viewers the most nuanced understanding of criminality ever depicted in a Batman film.
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DC's Black Superman movie still needs to answer one giant question
Announcing a Black Superman and making good on that promise are two different things, and while DC has plenty of options, they all come with their own advantages and potential pitfalls.