Chrishaun Baker

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.


Unlike Most Blockbusters, 'Oppenheimer' Could Actually Earn Its Epic Runtime

If anyone can justify straining your bladder, it’s Christopher Nolan.


Will There Be a 'Scream 7'? Everything We Know So Far About the Slasher Sequel

Do you like scary movies?


'Daredevil: Born Again' May Take Place During A Surprising Time Period

This could explain Foggy and Karen’s absence.

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'Nope' Was Snubbed By the Academy Awards. Maybe That’s Fitting.

You don’t need an award when you have this much spectacle.


Marvel's Behind the Scenes Shakeup Could Fix Its Biggest Problem

Victoria Alonso, an executive producer since the very first Iron Man, has suddenly left Marvel.


Shazam 2's Box Office Failure Can Be Blamed on One Controversial DC Decision

Black Adam debuted in the wrong movie.


Ridley Scott's 'Gladiator' Sequel Scores a Big Name by Offering a "Bad-ass" Role

Prepare to be re-entertained.


James Gunn's 'Superman: Legacy' Could Be His Most Personal Superhero Movie Yet

Gunn confirmed he will be writing and directing the Superman reboot.


Is Zack Snyder Making a DCU Darkseid Movie? An Investigation

Don’t get in line at the theater just yet.


New Series Pulls 'Everything Everywhere' Stars into Another Multiversal Adventure

You can’t go wrong with Michelle Yeoh and Lucy Liu.


'Daredevil: Born Again' Report Reveals an Iconic Netflix Location Is Back

The Disney+ show may not recapture the tone of the beloved Netflix series, but it should look similar.


'Everything Everywhere' Changed Oscar History — What Took So Long?

The Oscars may never be the same. No, for real this time.

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'Colossal' Was a Funny and Thoughtful Look at Alcoholism. Also, There was a Kaiju.

The real monster is addiction. And Jason Sudeikis.


How 'The Long Goodbye' Gave Noir a Much-Needed Shakeup

Funny yet melancholy, Gould's take on Philip Marlowe divided fans but produced a classic.

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'Creed' Could Have Been a Soulless Cash Grab. Ryan Coogler Made it Special.

Uplifting without being cloying, Creed hums along with propulsive energy.

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'Sorry to Bother You' is an Absurdist Call to Action

Boots Riley’s dazzling debut gives a middle finger to capitalism with the most WTF third-act twist.

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The New York of 'Taxi Driver' Has Changed, but its Angry Young Man is Eternal

“I’m God’s lonely man.”

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All These Years Later, 'The Terminator' is Still a Propulsive Shock

Never, ever bet against James Cameron.

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'Batman Begins' Started an Era of Gritty Reboots, But It Still Stands as a Unique Masterpiece

After everyone from Superman to the Power Rangers was made edgier, it was easy to forget how fresh Nolan’s first superhero movie felt.


A Lot of ‘80s Sci-fi is Dated. Videodrome Feels More Relevant Than Ever.

“It’s that time again. Time to slowly, painfully ease yourself back into consciousness.”