A Space Odyssey
, Dr Jekyll & Mr
, The Time Machine
. Books, not
Games: Been playing since my I was 2 on my Dad's x86 at work. I
recently finished the Assassin's Creed 2 trilogy and thought it was
amazing. Been playing Saints Row The Third and Just Cause 2 and
finding them hilarious. Catching up on older games like Bioshock,
and I love my indie games like Super Meat Boy, Limbo, Machinarium,
Movies: Anything with cool shit and explosions. I like my arthouse,
but I also like my visceral cinematic experience. Lately I've been
saving my money for Imax. Tron was a cool movie but an incredible
experience in Imax. Transformers and Pacific Rim too. A lot of it
comes down to sound design and visual language and I feel like this
is something Disney and Michael Bay accomplish with great flair.
Google "orange and teal film" to get an idea of what I mean. On the
"weird" side of things I like Cronenberg films, films with Ron
Perlman in them and dark, mind-bending thrillers.
Music: I enjoy a lot of music, but psytrance holds a special place
in my heart, especially the night-time stuff you hear between
midnight and 5:30am out in the bush. Other electronic styles do it
for me, stuff that you'll hear at some day party in a park in
Melbourne. I appreciate metal and rock but I'm not a huge follower.
Not really a fan of music with lyrics that tell you how to
TV: I don't really watch tv. I torrent stuff off the net so I'm up
to date and have everything within 24 hours of where ever it
screened first in the world. In the past that's been True Blood,
Spartacus, Lost, X-Files, Millennium, Stargate, Weeds, Breaking
Bad, Battlestar Galactica, Fringe, Game of Thrones, Walking Dead...
I'm a picky watcher if I'm going to be investing hours and hours of
my life in certain characters.