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.
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