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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Sundance 2024 Review: Nico Parker Shines in ‘Suncoast’, a Coming-of-Age Dramedy about Grief

Best known for her work in television, writer-director Laura Chinn (Pop TV’s Florida Girls) debuts…

Sundance 2024 Review: Johan Grimonprez’s Essayistic Documentary ‘Soundtrack to a Coup D’etat’ Explores Link Between Jazz and Politics

Writer and director Johan Grimonprez, known for impressionistic documentaries like Shadow World: Inside the Global…

Sundance 2024 Review: Bruno Mourral Makes His Feature Directorial Debut with Darkly Funny Crime Thriller ‘Kidnapping Inc.’

In 2017, Haitian writer-director Bruno Mourral impressed audiences with his mid-length film Kafou, co-written by Jasmuel…

Sundance 2024 Review: Haley Elizabeth Anderson Returns to Sundance with ‘Tendaberry’, an Intimate Portrait of Young Love and Loneliness

Writer-director Haley Elizabeth Anderson is no stranger to the Sundance Film Festival. In 2020, she participated…

Review: Alaqua Cox Delivers Another Beautifully Nuanced and Intense Performance as Maya Lopez in ‘Echo’

Marvel Studios kicks off 2024 with Echo, a five-episode series centered on Maya Lopez (Alaqua…

Christmas Classics: ‘Home Alone’ Will Always Be Essential Holiday Viewing

Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals.  It’s that time of year when the internet sprouts more…

Cult Classics: Revisiting the Strange and Obscure ‘We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story’ 30 Years Later

This month we look back on We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story, one of the three…

Cult Classics: Revisiting the Twisted, Unofficial Thanksgiving Dark Comedy ‘Addams Family Values’

In 1991, director Barry Sonnenfeld (Schmigadoon!) reintroduced us to cartoonist Charles Addams’ delightfully macabre family…

Review: Awkwafina and Sandra Oh Are Sisters in ‘Quiz Lady’, an Oddball Comedy with Lots of Heart

Before Oscar-winning filmmaker Jessica Yu (Citadel, In Treatment) came on to direct Hulu’s latest comedy…

Cult Classics: ‘Casper,’ a Deeply Tragic Yet Oddly Wholesome Coming-of-Age Tale 

In the early 1990s, young director Brad Silberling (A Series of Unfortunate Events) was working…