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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Fantastic Fest 2023 Review: Winning Millions Has Deadly Consequences in Daniel Brown’s Thrilling Morality Tale ‘Your Lucky Day’

Writer-director-producer Daniel Brown (Color TV, No Vacancy) makes his feature film debut with Your Lucky…

Fantastic Fest 2023 Review: Netflix’s ‘The Fall of the House of Usher,’ Mike Flanagan’s Darkly Comedic, Delightfully Gory Masterpiece

Those still trying to fill The Midnight Club-sized hole left by its unceremonious cancellation can…

Review: Apple TV+ Brings Victor LaValle’s Folkloric Horror-Fantasy to Life in ‘The Changeling’

From writer, showrunner, and executive producer Kelly Marcel (Cruella, Venom: Let There Be Carnage) comes…

Cult Classics: Celebrating the Enduring Magic of ‘To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar’

Released on September 8, 1995, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar held the…

Review: Hulu’s ‘Only Murders in the Building’ Returns with a Star-Studded, Showstopping Season 3

Following its successful debut and an equally addictive sophomore season, Steve Martin and John Hoffman’s…

Review: Harlivy Returns with More Make-Outs, Madness, and Mayhem in ‘Harley Quinn’ Season 4

Last summer, Harley Quinn fans were salivating for Season 3 after a two-year wait between…

Review: Juel Taylor’s Strange and Stylish ‘They Cloned Tyrone’ Oozes Originality

This summer, writer Juel Taylor, known for penning films like Creed II and Space Jam:…

Review: Justina Machado Makes a Killer Return to the Small Screen in Prime Video’s Cannibal Comedy ‘The Horror of Dolores Roach’

Aaron Mark’s (Random Unrelated Projects) dark, Sweeney Todd-inspired tale of a serial killing masseuse began…

Reboots, Requels, and Remakes: Why Some Work and Others Don’t

In a time when a diverse, thought-provoking movie like Everything Everywhere All at Once wins…

Cult Classics: Revisiting the Masterpiece of Mayhem ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ 35 Years Later

Revisiting the movies and TV shows from our childhood is always fun. Sometimes you find…