Scott Malchus revisits the soundtrack to that seminal film celebrating America’s two favorite past times: Sex and baseball.
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.
The last of the Soundtrack Saturday reruns revisits one of the column’s first posts, about the John Cusack classic Better Off Dead.
Kelly Stitzel revisits another post from A Soundtrack Saturday Christmas, this time the Bill Murray classic, Scrooged.
The Soundtrack Saturday reruns continue, this week with a Christmas movie everyone seems to love, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.
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.
In honor of the final Space Shuttle launch, Kelly the space nerd reminisces about the Shuttle program and revisits a film that is a sentimental favorite, 1986’s SpaceCamp.
Soundtrack Saturday returns with a look at the hilarious and bizarre 1988 Tim Robbins/John Cusack film, Tapeheads.
Join Kelly Stitzel as she dips her Converse-clad toes into the rad waters of ’80s skateboarding movies with Thrashin’.
In the last installment of her Best Original Song special series, Kelly Stitzel takes a look at the year in which Dylan won an Oscar and BjÁ¶rk brought the fashion crazy.
In week three of her look at Best Original Song Oscar nominees from years past, Kelly Stitzel revisits the year the Boss took home the trophy.
This week, Kelly Stitzel discusses the extremely radio-friendly crop of Best Original Song nominees for the 57th Academy Awards.
Kelly Stitzel brings back her special series taking a look at past Best Original Song Oscar nominees. This week, she discusses the nominees from the 46th Academy Awards.
Kelly Stitzel discusses the 1988 Mike Nichols hit, Working Girl and its Carly Simon-penned theme song, much to the delight of Jeff Giles and Jason Hare.
Kelly Stitzel closes out 2010 with one of her favorite Soundtrack Saturday columns ever about the classic romantic comedy, When Harry Met Sally. We hope you’ll have what she’s having.
‘Tis the season for bickering and burglary. Kelly Stitzel brings you the soundtrack to one of the funniest holiday movies of the past 20 years, Ted Demme’s The Ref.
As you get ready to celebrate Thanksgiving, be thankful that you don’t have to spend the holiday with a bratty pre-teen with a bad haircut. Join Kelly Stitzel as she takes a look at the soundtrack for the John Hughes-penned 1991 film, Dutch.
Thanksgiving is for lovers. Wait, what? Join Kelly Stitzel as she explores the soundtrack of one of Woody Allen’s best films, Hannah and Her Sisters.
Before Zach Galifianakis was Between Two Ferns John Candy was “between two pillows.” Kelly Stitzel explores the soundtrack to the John Hughes classic Planes, Trains and Automobiles.
Join Kelly Stitzel for the last installment of this month’s Halloween-themed Soundtrack Saturday and find out what’s in The Fog.
“They’re all gonna laugh at you!” But not if you join Kelly Stitzel as she explores the soundtrack to the first film adapted from a Stephen King novel, Carrie
“Come play with us forever and ever and ever.” Kelly Stitzel invites you up to room 237 to listen to The Shining‘s epically creepy soundtrack.
“Wolfman’s got nards!” Kelly Stitzel kicks off a month of Halloween-themed posts with the cult ’80s hit, The Monster Squad.
John Cusack goes on a cross-country journey with Daphne Zuniga to find The Sure Thing and Kelly Stitzel finally decides to go along for the ride.
Soundtrack Saturday turns two with a very special video retrospective. Join the celebration!
Look, everyone! It’s another breakdance movie! Well, maybe that’s not fair. Though Beat Street (1984) does feature breakdancing, it’s about ’80s hip-hop culture in New York City as a whole, which…