I love Fantasy/SciFi. I'll watch anything as long as it's engaging.
I'll eat anything as long as it won't kill me (or make me sick).
I'm a sucker for 90's Alt-Rock/Grunge, but listen to just about
I realize this sounds like I like everything (and I do...), but to
narrow it down further (and because I *LOVE* organizing and making
lists), here's some lists for easy perusal:
The Fionavar Tapestry - Guy Gavriel Kay
The Lord Of The Rings - J.R.R. Tolkien
The Darksword books - Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
The Chronicles Of Thomas Covenant The Unbeliever - Stephen R.
The Mists Of Avalon - Marion Zimmer Bradley
The Great Book of Amber - Roger Zelazny
Sailing To Sarantium - GGK
Anything from the Dragonlance mythos (cheesy but the first series
of books that got me "hooked" on reading) - various authors, the
most prominant of which are Weis & Hickman
Ghost In The Shell
I don't really subscribe to many... I watch them as they come up
and I download 'em:
Person Of Interest
The Good Wife
many different Japanese Anime series'
J.S. Bach (my main man!)
and many many many others
Nirvana (so classic)
Hole (If I were a woman, I would want to be as balls-out as
Radiohead (every album brings something new)
Nine Inch Nails
Dir en grey (so strange/exotic)
Nobuo Uematsu (Final Fantasy composer extraordinaire)
Yoko Kanno (Vision of Escaflowne, Cowboy Bebop, Ghost In The Shell:
Stand Alone, so many others)
just about anything with a hard edge and catchy tune.
Chinese (especially Szechuan)