Danielewski's House of Leaves
Mark Twain's Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc
Murkami's Kafka On The Shore
If that all sounds too pretentious, I also read a fair amount of terrible science fiction.
With respect to movies, I don't know that I can even begin to list my favorites, although I hate to be the guy who lists "ALL THE MOVIES" as his favorite. I worked at a video store for several years - one of the good independent ones that actually had an unusual selection of movies. If I had to rank my tastes broadly I'd say I have a strong weakness for pulpy, absurd movies, for dry or black humor comedies, and for intense dramatic movies. So for example, I'm always up for Tarantino, Wes Anderson, the Coen brothers, or Ed Wood. For TV, I have a ridiculously high tolerance for all manner of cartoons, live action or otherwise.
Musically, I'm very passionate and even more eclectic. I honestly listen to all types of musical genre. I go to a large number of live concerts and festivals (Coachella last year, for example). Long term favorites would create a list far too big but would include some the Gorillaz, Devin Townsend, Coltrane, Black Keys, and of course who could say no to Biz Markie.