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The Cultured Wolverine | Season 2: Episode 1 | Golden Globes

January 19, 2023

Reading Time: < 1 minute Welcome back to the Cultured Wolverine, the podcast for all things arts and culture at Utah Valley University! This last week, Hollywood had their Golden Globes ceremony, a long-standing tradition celebrating accomplishments in film and TV. However, after backlash from the previous year, there are a lot of controversies surrounding the broadcast. Tune in to […]

Movies hitting 20s in 2018

January 16, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes It might be hard to believe it, but we’ve made it to 2018. Another year means another year older and hopefully wiser. For those of you born in 1998, happy birthday. You’re turning 20 years old this year. Even though you might be too young to buy a drink, you can still enjoy your birthday […]

Top 7 Halloween movies to watch this season

October 4, 2017

Reading Time: 3 minutes The night of the living dead will soon be upon us. In order to prepare for the madness of monsters, witches, clowns, serial killers and haunted houses galore, here are the top seven Halloween movies that will prepare you for the blood curdling screams echoing through the city on Oct. 31.: 1. Hocus Pocus (1993) […]

Celebrate the Cinema: Music and dance come together

November 16, 2016

Reading Time: < 1 minute Nov 10, The UVU Ballroom Dance Company, led by Christopher Williams & Tara Boyd put on “Celebrate the Cinema.” A sold out event that combined film scores, movie themes, and ballroom dancing. Guests in attendance were very excited, some even dressed up in star wars costumes. They blended in perfectly with the final dance number […]

Don’t Breathe

October 6, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Three seasoned burglars attempt to rob a blind man of $300,000 he received as a settlement for the death of his daughter. Once inside, they realize the old man is hiding more than just his money. The genre of the movie says “horror,” but the only thing horror in it were the thinly-written teens. The […]

On Netflix, magic, and the American ritual

February 29, 2016

Reading Time: 3 minutes Ben Roden Asst. Arts & Culture Editor On Main Street in Logan there used to be a little art house movie theater. Now wait a second – I don’t want you to get the wrong idea when I say “art house.” The place wasn’t vintage-y, or hip, or even particularly clean. There was only one […]

The second-hand rapture of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”

January 11, 2016

Reading Time: 3 minutes Illustration by Rebecca Cho Ben Roden Asst. Features Editor Let me get this out of the way: “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” isn’t a great film. The effects are impressive and the acting is solid, and there are hip little jokes where you’d expect hip little jokes to be, but in all the ways that […]

Popcorn Time: “The Overnight”

October 13, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Sundance favorite pushes boundaries Mark Hanni Staff Writer   Marriage is weird. Sharing a bed may be difficult, joining finances can be hard and making new married friends can feel awkward. It seems that many friends you once had before marriage start to dwindle as the vows are said. “The Overnight” addresses the awkwardness that […]