Music: I like different kinds of music, mostly anything that
combines fast verses and harsh lyrics and chourses over hard beats.
Favorites would be something like Linkin Park, Hollywood Undead,
Deuce, Korn, Issues, Dangerkids, Scare Don't Fear, Eminem, Fort
Minor, Splitbreed, Tyler the Creator, Young Buck, brokeNCYDE, Lie
or Liar, System of a Down, Limp Bizkit, G-Unit, Attila, Marilyn
Manson and some more.
So I guess my main genres are rap, rap-rock/metal/core and nu
metal, and recently digging the hell out of metalcore and a bit of
crunckcore and deathcore. I also enjoy electronic music too,
especially dubstep, vocal trance, trap, goa-psy trance, progressive
psy, and even ligher music like pop, r'n'b and soul sometimes,
depending on what the song is about.
Movies: I watch quite a lots of movies, but mostly I go through
periods in which I watch a lot and periods in which I watch nothing
at all, focusing on gaming instead. I like movies where you have to
think and try to figure out the plot as things are happening,
movies with twists, those that maybe require a second watching to
completely understand the story; also movies with an innovative or
unusual story/idea behind them. I like the "found footage" genre.
Some movies I really liked are: The Last Exorcism, Triangle, Grave
Encounters, The Descent, Fight Club, Super, Ken Park, Oldboy,
Lovely Molly, The Tall Man, The Butterfly Effect, The Mist, The
Matrix, Chronicle, Cloverfield, REC, District 9, Kick Ass, Borat,
Saw, The Devil's Double and many more.
I ended up on IMDb just to keep track of what I've watched:
Shows: I don't really watch any shows or series. Series I enjoyed
in the past were The X-Files (ages ago), or some anime series like
Ergo Proxy, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Ghost in the Shell and GANTZ.
Salad Fingers was an animated web series I really liked.
Books: I don't read books. I do read a lot though, online. Articles
about what's new in the world, or articles about specific topics
which are relevant to my interests; I use Wikipedia and other Wikis
in general quite a lot, rarely I contributed to some Wiki article.
I read on a want-to-know-more basis, but I don't have a book in my
hands so that people can think how smart I must be. As far as
reading for entertainment, I (used to) read some mangas online,
like Gantz or Maka-Maka, or some webcomics like Oglaf. Novels don't
entertain me, so I don't read them. You're a book lover, okay,
shoot me XD
Food: I used to eat a lot of pizza, pasta, cold milk with muesli,
hummus... but now here in HK my eating habits have changed quite a
lot. Mostly because I don't have a proper kitchen to properly cook
at home. So I often eat outside now, since it's not too expensive
(but it's still expensive to eat outside often!). I'm a bit ashamed
to admit that I go quite often to McDonald's. But I still have a
varied diet though, and eat plenty of fruit. Not getting fat yet, I
even have a bit of abs :P
And it doesn't ask for it but I do play a lot of videogames,
usually anything that is story-driven or has a good degree of
creativity involved in it, or just any game that is fun and
engaging to play. I don't play MMOs or competitive-based games. I
love survival-horror games like Resident Evil, Silent Hill, Cry of
Fear, Alan Wake, No More Room in Hell; puzzle games like Limbo or
Braid or mindfuck games like The Path. Some other games I really
enjoyed are Project Eden, Obscure, Alone in the Dark, Vampire: The
Masquerade - Bloodlines, Shadow of the Colossus, Outlast, DreadOut,
Minecraft, Robocraft, Lucius, Sleeping Dogs, Deus Ex - Human
Revolution, Oblivion, Skyrim, Switchball, the series of Assassin's
Creed, Hitman, Prototype, Prince of Persia, Splinter Cell, Tomb
Raider, Dead Rising... I also (used to) play The Sims 3. Also
always been interested in playing any game co-op, but I almost gave
up on the idea after seeing how hard it is for people to do that
Another activity I enjoy doing when possible is the exploration of
abandoned buildings/sites. I used to do this alone. You can see
some of my explorations here:
There's a gazillion abandoned places here in HK but I still haven't
explored any, incredibly. Maybe I just don't have that much
interest in doing this activity alone anymore, but if I had someone
to go with who was also interested, then it would be fun.