Books: I'll read anything once. I can figure out whether or not I
will like it pretty quickly. The last year or so has been dominated
with existential and phenomenological works by the likes of
Heidegger, Sartre, Camus, Derrida, Levinas, and Blanchot. Most
recently I have been thinking about wilderness and how humans
interact with it. I started with the biography 'Into the Wild' and
I am now in the process of digesting Jack London, Thoreau, Stegner,
and others. All this 'serious reading' doesn't meant that I lack
enjoyment of novels or more entertaining reading. I find much
enjoyment in science fiction, fantasy, and horror genres.
Movies: Psychological Thrillers (i.e. The Machinist, Pi, The
Butterfly Effect, etc.)
Shows: Utopia, Game of Thrones, and The Walking Dead.
Music: Anything that is skillfully played, establishes an
atmosphere or an emotion, and enraptures my mind.