The Matrix

Film

Films from 1999 Did the End of the World Right

It was a year when filmmakers sent out their last dispatches before the apocalypse—full of failing, dying, and learning.
Noel Ransome
4.5.19
NETFLIX

The Best Jesus Movies on Netflix to Watch Over Easter

Because there are more movies about Jesus on Netflix than the Easter Bunny.
Noel Ransome
3.28.18
Film

The Real Red Pill: What Men Still Get Wrong About 'The Matrix' and 'Sense8'

The cancellation of the Wachowski sisters' humanist scifi series highlights the diffuse boundaries between politics and pop culture at a turbulent time in American history.
Diana Tourjée
6.6.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Future and the Weeknd Team Up in Toronto Transit for "Comin Out Strong"

We actually have vines growing on all our subway stations.
Phil Witmer
6.2.17
robots

Robot Artists Compete for Thousands of Dollars at This Painting Competition​

In total, 38 teams from 10 countries submitted 200 different artworks.
Catherine Chapman
5.22.17
Film

Cinematic Universes Are Killing Film as We Know It

In recent mega-franchises like Alien, storytelling takes a backseat to mythology and worldbuilding.
Corey Atad
5.18.17
Film

The Whitewashed 'Ghost in the Shell' Remake Is More Action Than Anime

The remake of the Japanese anime cult classic has been plagued with controversy since it was announced, and to be honest, it's a pretty vapid watch.
Hannah Ewens
3.29.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The 'Matrix' Reboot No One Asked for Is Coming

Warner Bros. is said to be eyeing Michael B. Jordan to star.
VICE Staff
3.15.17
Holy Shit

Migos Freestyle for Morpheus on 'Sway in the Morning,' Ensuring Our Continued Survival

Honestly, "Nebuchadnezzar" would sound amazing rapped by Quavo.
Phil Witmer
1.26.17
Motherboard Guide to Cinema

26 Years Before 'The Matrix,' There Was 'World on Wire'

German director Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s ‘World on a Wire’ was exploring simulations decades before ‘Westworld.’
Daniel Oberhaus
1.8.17
Interviews

George Clinton Explains the Future

"I’m learning that ain’t nothing impossible. "
Jordan Pearson
10.26.16
Art

Recognize These Digitally-Exploded Movie Scenes?

Charles Sainty uses 'The Wizard of Oz,' 'Blade Runner,' and more to examine memory and the tools we use to record.
Beckett Mufson
8.15.16
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