Let’s say a white rabbit came across your life. Would you have the guts — much less, the curiosity — to follow it? Most of us who enjoy a good nerd moment in time (e.g., science fiction, comic book, post-apocalyptic, fantasy, or sprinkle in a little horror) would like to think when the bunny came hopping, we would follow the cottontail to the club.
Why? The Matrix has us all.
We, the denizens of the Nebuchadnezzar, greet and welcome you. We all followed that white rabbit looking for something different in our nerd chatter. Why? We got tired of clickbait, misleading headlines, poorly written stories, and random musings folk don’t care too much to read.
Take movies and TV discussions. They need to be clear, impartial, and worth the time to read. We know, right?! So, we are proud to announce the MatrixMeter.
As we embark on this new frontier, our inhabitants of insight will curate content in several arenas, three to be exact. Those are: News. Clues. And Reviews found in our own ‘Rabbit Hole.’
This blog is going to change weekly, so use the categories to filter what you want to read — news, reviews, events, sports, or general blog topics (e.g., listicles, legacy topics, editorials).
Whatever you are here to do in MoviesMatrix, you will find something you can share, enjoy, and even learn when you take that blue pill, close your eyes, and drift off to Wonderland.
What is the Matrix? Why do we need another comic book movie blog? Many don’t know the rules of engagement and CBM fans need a wake-up call. Red pill? Blue pill?
The choice is up to you.
The newest and most novel movie and TV review scale on the Web for nerds of all walks of life.
MatrixMeter combines a clear color of value with the unbiased and unapologetic reason for that value to discuss movies, TV series, events, scores, soundtracks, cosplay, and comics for nerds everywhere.
If you like what you see and what you read, take a moment to reach out to the team of MoviesMatrix.
Tweet us. Email us. Or invite us over for lunch. Yes, really.
Whatever the case, you deliver, we respond. Red pill meet blue pill.
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