On December 20, 2003, a torrent file was created for an ASCII version of The Matrix. In January 2016, after countless other albums, movies and TV shows have come and gone, it’s still active.
Not only has YouTube LEGO animator Snooperking painstakingly recreated the lobby shootout from The Matrix, he tweaked the ending to solve the movie trilogy's main problem.
The LEGO version of the Armored Personnel Unit from the Matrix movies can't really get cooler than this. Niki Dregant's replica is a 700-piece beast and, as you can see, even in different positions, it's perfectly the same as the ones seen in Zion during Matrix Revolutions' final battle.
I always love it when famous people come out of the nerd closet. Considering how proudly eccentric RuPaul is, I guess I shouldn't have been surprised to hear that the legendary drag queen finds inspiration from any number of myriad quirky sources. But I found his recent interview with Marc Maron eye-opening all the…
The key to enjoying The Matrix is to turn off your brain and enjoy the ride. Turn on your brain, and you wind up with a 12 minute CinemaSins video.
In fact, if there was another Matrix movie in the works, it would probably look a lot like this. Matrix Online: The Movie? Might work. Probably not.
A few months back, a thread appeared online in Japan with a simple question: How do you get out of a situation like this? The ensuing answers proved one thing: Don't ask people whose only experience is based on video games, comic books, and movies.
It's been a long while since I watched the Matrix movies, but watching this 'speedrun' rendition by 1A4STUDIO brings it all back to me—including how silly and absurd some parts of the movies are.
"That movie sure felt like watching a video game."
When I think "Minecraft", I don't immediately think "The Matrix", but I guess hbrunav, or he wouldn't have made this impressive animated short combining the two.
I've seen The Matrix. You've seen The Matrix. And so we've both had the same thought: "Woah. Maybe we really are living inside a computer!"
I've seen it far too many times. A video game character leaps from the top of a staircase, flying through the air, guns blazing. One enemy drops to the ground, then two, then three! Behind him, a grenade explodes, laying waste to the spot where he was just standing.
Sub Zero, in whose head it's always 2003, plugs into the Matrix just to kick Neo's ass.
In today's completely topical edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Ｓｏｕｌｓ feels he's found the perfect developer to make the next Matrix game. Does anybody still care about The Matrix?
Life is full of moral decisions to make, every minute of every day we are faced with choices that can affect the rest of our day or indeed, the rest of our life.
A team of scientists from Joseph Fourier University in France have successfully implant biofuel cells into rats, generating 6.5 microwatts by harnessing the power of glucose. If they can amp that up, I might never need a DS charger again.
These science posts at Kotaku give me an opportunity to talk about something near and dear to my heart: The Robot menace. A Japanese couple being married by a robot? What if it misinterprets "til death do us part?"