Join Kelly Stitzel as she takes you on the magical journey that is the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest.
With the passing of DiVinyls lead singer Christina Amphlett, Kelly Stitzel wants to make sure you listen to more than just the Australian band’s ode to self pleasure.
In the final week of her 1980s Best Original Song adventure, Kelly takes a look at the nominees from 1987.
Hop in the DeLorean and travel back to 1986 with Kelly Stitzel as she takes a look at the Best Original Song Oscar nominees from that year.
In this week’s special Best Original Song edition of Soundtrack Saturday, Kelly revisits the nominees from the 55th Academy Awards.
After a two-year hiatus, Kelly Stitzel’s Soundtrack Saturday returns! This week, she takes a look at the Best Original Song Oscar nominees from 1982.
Now that she’s had a chance to see (almost) all the 2012 releases she wanted to see, Kelly Stitzel is ready to rank her favorite films of the year. And she doesn’t care that it’s the end of January 2013.
Kelly Stitzel looks back at 2012 in music and ranks her favorite albums and more.
For the final installment of her Horror Movie Marathon, Kelly watches her favorite horror movie of all time once again.
For Part Six of the Horror Movie Marathon, Kelly watches a boogie man movie and a haunted house movie, but wasn’t really scared by either.
Part Five of Kelly’s Horror Movie Marathon finds her watching two films about grieving parents facing supernatural challenges in their new homes.
In part four of her horror-a-thon, Kelly watches a bunch of movies featuring creatures that live in the dark and want to fuck you up.
In part three of her horror-a-thon, Kelly Stitzel finally gets around to watching The Cabin in the Woods, ponders whether or not the Better Off Dead paper boy grew up to become a serial killer, and catches up with a lost Thora Birch/Keira Knightley joint.
In part two of her Horror Movie Marathon, Kelly watches a pair of Australian horror films that involve actors getting cut from their parts — literally.
Kelly Stitzel embarks upon a month-long horror film marathon and she invites you along for the ride.
Kelly Stitzel gives her thoughts on the new ABC horror-drama 666 Park Avenue.
Kelly Stitzel returns from a month-long retreat with the Deadbeat Club in order to pull rank on the B-52’s seven studio albums.
Science Fair is a fun new album featuring songs performed by female artists that benefits science and engineering education for girls.
Pulling Rank returns! This week, Kelly takes a look at her favorite characters portrayed by actress Diane Lane.
Light some sparklers and get ready to dance your 4th of July away with a special Independence Day Weeknight ’80s Dance Party.
On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, Kelly Stitzel revisits Deee-Lite’s sophomore effort, Infinity Within.
The “dance”tacular new video from Rye Rye.
Kelly Stitzel is obsessed with 1980s cinematic dance battles. So, she decided to rank her favorites.
In which Kelly Stitzel ranks the B-Sides from Tori Amos’s 1994 album, “Under the Pink.”
The first video from Fiona Apple’s much-anticipated new album.
The first trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s much-anticipated new film.
Grace Jones proves she is the best by hula hooping her way through a performance of “Slave to the Rhythm.”
Kelly Stitzel shares her favorite songs of 2012 (so far) in the latest installment of Pulling Rank.
The first trailer for the film adaptation of the stage musical Les Misérables.