I like horror, comedy, drama, suspense, thrillers, just about
anything except chick flicks. I tend to like foreign, indie, older,
and other non-mainstream movies. Popular movies tend to be a little
too formulaic, but sometimes still entertaining. From my Netflix
history: Chinatown (I love noir), Jobs (not too bad), Sushi: The
Global Catch (a good documentary about the effects of the
popularity of sushi), Our Idiot Brother (kinda funny), Ridicule
(good period piece), Shadow of the Sword (not as mindless as I
expected). I also saw a funny movie recently called The
Independent. It was a mockumentary about a B-movie director.
Definitely worth watching if you like bad movies. And I do like bad
movies: The Room, Troll 2, Manos. I can't help but torment myself
I don't watch any shows regularly. Except maybe The Daily Show and
Steven Colbert. Some shows I do like are Louie, Arrested
Development, Game of Thrones. Also documentaries like Ken Burns'
stuff, or East to West, or History of Britain. I recently watched
Silicon Valley and found it very funny and the characters a little
I like many kinds of music from jazz to rock to blues to metal to
soul. Of the top of my head, I like Miles Davis, Metallica, Erykah
Badu, Led Zeppelin, Rush, Billie Holiday, Chet Baker, Jill Scott,
RHCP, Iron Maiden, Eric Clapton, John Lee Hooker. So all kinds of
I'm open to just about anything as long as its not still moving.
Except artichokes. Yuck. I'm also a willing guinea pig if you look