This week’s Pulling Rank finds Kelly Stitzel ranking her favorite James Spader film characters.
Kelly Stitzel is not really into superheroes and she hates 3D, but she went to see The Avengers anyway.
This week, Kelly Stitzel ranks the songs released as B-Sides to singles from Tori Amos’s solo debut, Little Earthquakes.
It’s time to get your dance on once again with the Weeknight ’80s Dance Party!
In her new weekly column, Kelly Stitzel ranks pop culture-related things, without commentary. This week, it’s Fleetwood Mac albums made after Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks joined the band.
Kelly Stitzel revisits one of her favorite albums, Annie Lennox’s solo debut, Diva.
The latest Weeknight ’80s Dance Party is all about the ladies.
Kelly Stitzel wanted have a conversation with Madonna about her latest album, “MDNA,” so she did. In her head.
The Weeknight ’80s Dance Party is back! Are you ready to shake that fascist groove thang?
Join Kelly Stitzel as she takes a look at some of her favorite female villains in film.
Kelly Stitzel gives her thoughts on NBC’s new musical drama that stars Debra Messing, Anjelica Houston and a bunch of scarves.
Kelly Stitzel discusses the films she would’ve seen had she been able to attend this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Kelly Stitzel saw the new Queen Latifah/Dolly Parton movie and she had fun. Really.
Kelly Stitzel helps you ring in 2012 with a special New Year’s Eve* edition of the Week(end) ’80s Dance Party.
*Garry Marshall was not involved in the making of this mix.
Kelly Stitzel revisits another post from A Soundtrack Saturday Christmas, this time the Bill Murray classic, Scrooged.
The mother of year-end lists: Popdose’s Top Albums of 2011.
The Soundtrack Saturday reruns continue, this week with a Christmas movie everyone seems to love, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.
Kelly Stitzel shares her 20 favorite albums of 2011, and then some.
This week, Kelly Stitzel revisits the one — and only — TV edition of Soundtrack Saturday, which featured one of the best shows about teen angst ever to get prematurely canceled, My So-Called Life.
Soundtrack Saturday fans rejoice! Kelly Stitzel is reposting some of the most popular, most requested Soundtrack Saturday columns as a gift to you this holiday season. First up, John Hughes’s classic Pretty in Pink.
Kelly Stitzel wants you to have something to drown out the sounds of children screaming, realtives fighting, and in-laws nagging this Thanksgiving holiday. So to help you stay sane, she’s put together an extra fun ’80s Dance Party mix.
In the latest installment of Versionality, Kelly Stitzel takes a look at some of the many covers of Donovan’s “Season of the Witch.”
Need a soundtrack for your Halloween shenanigans? Kelly Stitzel has you covered with a special Halloween edition of the Weeknight ’80s Dance Party.
Pop some popcorn and polish your dancing shoes. The latest Weeknight ’80s Dance Mix features songs from some of your favorite ’80s movies.
In the latest installment of Filminism, Kelly Stitzel discusses her favorite cinematic portrayals of female musicians.
Kelly Stitzel reviews the DVD release of the HBO adaptation of Carrie Fisher’s one-woman show, Wishful Drinking.
Kelly Stitzel reviews the recent DVD release of the inspiring documentary about the life of octogenarian New York Times fashion photographer, Bill Cunningham.
You work hard for your money. So relax and dance this weekend! Kelly Stitzel brings you a special Labor Day Weekend ’80s Dance Party.
Robin Monica Alexander and Kelly Stitzel conclude their look at Madonna’s career by discussing the odds and ends of her discography and their favorite Madonna videos.
Join Robin Monica Alexander and Kelly Stitzel as they continue their look at Her Madgesty’s illustrious career.