Cassondra Feltus

Cassondra Feltus is a St. Louis-based freelance writer best known for film, television, and pop culture analysis which has appeared on Black Girl Nerds, WatchMojo, and The Take. She loves naps, Paul Rudd, and binge-watching the latest series with her two gorgeous pups – Harry and DeVito.

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Review: ‘The Boys’ Is Back with a Blood-Soaked, Souped-Up Season 4

After waiting two long years for its return, Eric Kripke’s (Supernatural) superhero satire The Boys…

Review: Jake Gyllenhaal Stars in His TV Series Debut Apple TV+’s Captivating Thriller ‘Presumed Innocent’

If you’ve been looking for your next crime drama obsession, Emmy-winning writer-creator David E. Kelley…

Why You Should Be Watching ‘Chucky’

When it comes to horror franchises, the longevity of Don Mancini’s Child’s Play is truly…

Review: ‘Evil’ Returns with a Devilishly Delightful Final Season

It’s been two years since Evil’s third season came to an end, leaving us with…

Review: ‘Pretty Little Liars: Summer School’ Returns with a Final Girl Slasher to Die For

Two years ago, Max’s Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin surprised longtime PLL fans and newbies…

Review: Netflix’s ‘Dead Boy Detectives’ Gets Psychedelic with the Supernatural — and It’s Aces

Over thirty years since they first haunted the pages of The Sandman and three years…

Review: Get Ready to Explore the Wonderfully Weird and Wild Wasteland of Prime Video’s ‘Fallout’

Video game adaptations can be hit or miss, and according to Bethesda’s Todd Howard (also…

Review: Andrew Scott Delivers a Darker Take on the Enduring Grifter in Netflix’s ‘Ripley’

From stories inspired by real-life con artists like Catch Me If You Can and Inventing…

Review: Colin Farrell Leads Apple TV+’s ‘Sugar,’ a Trippy Noir with Style

Apple TV+ has done it again, delivering another gripping series with top-notch talent in front…

Review: Kristen Wiig is the Queen of the Season in Apple TV+’s Stylish Satire ‘Palm Royale’

Loveless marriages, illicit affairs, shady business dealings, hidden agendas, heavy drinking, and general unhappiness —…