If you're ready to take the red pill again and check out 1999's The Matrix but maybe don't have the full 136 minutes at your disposal, how about a minute? Thanks to the guys at IA4 Studios, there's a 60-second, animated "speedrun" remake of the hit movie (via io9) online, which quickly runs through the movie's highlights in a way that may be more satisfying than The Matrix's two sequels. watch the video >> Posted 03.12.13 by Ryan
Tonight, Reelz is airing Jurassic Park 3, and on Thursday, The Matrix: Revolutions is the ReelzChannel Primetime Movie. With these two action classics airing in the same week, we thought we'd investigate what would happen if the T-Rex went into the octagon with Neo. Help Decide the Winner >> Posted 09.24.12 by Mandy
The ReelzChannel 100 began when we asked Leonard Maltin for his favorite Hidden Gems of the decade. His list led the web team into a general discussion about the best movies of the decade and — after no small amount of debate, arguing, and (we're not proud to say) some petty name-calling — we decided we'd better bring it to an end with a company-wide vote. Then it was just a matter of tallying up the votes and hoping for the best. Lucky for us, ReelzChannel is filled with a staff ranging from movie lovers to movie fanatics. What turned out isn't what you'll find on a critic's best of list — instead it's what movie fans really enjoyed.
In day seven of the ReelzChannel 100, we highlight the 10 Biggest Movie Disappointments of the Decade. Posted 12.29.09 by reelz
Ever since completing the Matrix trilogy in 2003, Andy Wachowski and Larry Wachowski have directed only one movie (last year's Speed Racer), leaving many to wonder when they'd next get behind the camera. Ariana Huffington, of all people, may have given us an answer.
The co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post posted some photos on her Twitter account yesterday (along with some tweets) suggesting that she's involved in a new feature movie from the Wachowskis.
The tweets indicate that the movie will be a look at the current war in Iraq from the vantage point of a futuristic society. Check the twitpic photos to see more of Huffington's wild hairdo. Posted 12.08.09 by reelz