I always enjoyed dark, post-apocalyptic
or movies. So if i have to pick one, i enjoyed this one the
Max Brooks: World War Z - an oral history of the zombie
I also like SOME fantasy book/movie series like Song of Ice and Fire
or Lord of
. (stone me if you want, but i started reading both of
them after i saw the first movie/episode of the series).
Besides almost any (watchable) post-apoc movie, i also use to
follow series like Big Bang Theory
or IT Crowd
, but as i
mentioned earlier i'm a huge fan of cartoons like South Park
, Korgoth of Barbaria
Clerks - The Animated
(and anything else related to Jay & Silent Bob
(even if i don't really like anime/manga-style
cartoons, comics & whatever in general. The Boondocks is the
I grew up on rock music.
I think this statement covers most of the story.
One of my hobbies is collecting music related to any kind of
rock/punk/metal genre. It might sound a little bit strange first,
but i really like those bands who are trying to tear down the walls
between music genres, like ska-core
, almost any kind of
But i also enjoy almost everything related to punk rock or various
genres of metal (mainly Trash metal
, older & new ones
alike) from Hardcore
all the way through
stuff, i even found myself listening to ska
a few times.
just a few examples:
AC/DC, Airbourne, Alestorm, Amon Amarth, Anthrax, Blood for
Blood, Breakdown of Sanity, Capdown, Chimaira, Clawfinger, Comeback
Kid, Deep Purple, Dropkick Murphys, Eluveitie, Firkin, Flatfoot 56,
Flogging Molly, Gojira, Hatebreed, Hatesphere, Heart of a Coward,
Happy ol' McWeasel, Heidevolk, Jaya the Cat, Korpiklaani, Lamb of
God, Madball, Molotov Solution, Neck Sprain, Novadriver, Paddy and
the Rats, Pantera, Poison Idea, Psycho Choke, Psychostick, Random
Hand, Red Fang, Sepultura, Sir Reg, Soulfly, Ten Masked Men, The
Casualties, The Dreadnoughts, The Ghost Inside, The Real McKenzies,
The Rumjacks, Thin Lizzy, Throwdown, Watch My Dying.
I'm gonna run out of space if i dont stop, so if you're interested,
and wanna talk about music, throw me a mail. :)
If it comes to gaming, i consider myself a strategist. RTS, TBS,
boardgames, browser games - name anything, i'm in.
My favorite Real-Time Strategy
series is Command
, especially the ones which followed original
storyline (Tiberian Sun /*best post-apoc RTS ever made */,
Firestorm, Tiberium Wars, etc C&C4 was a piece of crap
In the Turn-Based
category i'd go for the
series. If you play it, i don't have to explain anything, and those
who don't (but still interested) possibly gonna have to google it
up anyways, since i don't have the space to write my own game
review here. :P
I use to play Risk
and/or Settlers of Catan
with my friends on the weekends.
I also played browser/text-based
games for years, like Hódító
), and Stronghold
(okay, the last one needs a small client to play, but
the rules are similar).
i eat what i