I'm very very much into music, however I've never wanted to make music myself. I guess I've always felt there was enough (bad) shit out there without the need for me to contribute to the pile. However, I've tried to contribute in my own way by doing live recordings at shows (kinda geeky, I know).
I'm into all kinds of movies, from action blockbusters to foreign films to quirky independent ones to hard hitting documentaries. But let me just get this out of the way first:I don't like Wes Anderson films. I know I'm in the minority, but his movies just don't do anything for me. Some favorites include:The Star Wars Trilogy (original version), Pulp Fiction, Children of Men, Reservoir Dogs, Memento, The Big Lebowski, REC, Contact, Watchmen, Brick, Cloverfield, District 9, Religulous, Zombieland, John Carpenter flicks (The Thing, Prince of Darkness, etc)), Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Lola Rennt, LOTR, just to name a few.
TV: I (glady) cut the cord more than 5 years ago. Current Favorites: Mr. Robot, Jessica Jones, Daredevil, The Man in the High Castle, Sense8, Game of Thrones, Cosmos, Les Revenants, The Walking Dead, The Daily Show, True Detective, Shameless (US), The Ricky Gervais Show, Orange Is The New Black, Black Mirror, Hell on Wheels, American Horror Story, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia
Past Favorites:Breaking Bad, The Colbert Report, The Newsroom, Trailer Park Boys, Party Down, Fringe, Entourage, Deadwood, Battlestar Galactica, Rome, Freaks & Geeks, Firefly, Life on Mars, Family Guy, Futurama, The Wire (The best show of all time).
Also, I've been watching a few choice YouTube channels a lot lately, like Sixty Symbols, Computerphile, Vice News, Veritaserium, etc.
Video Games(this should be a thing): Countless hours in Skyrim, the entire Assassin's Creed series, Alien Isolation (scariest game EVER), Mirror's Edge, Bioshock, Dead Space, etc.
Books: You Can't Win (Jack Black), The Wheel of Time (Robert Jordan), Snow Crash & Cryptonomicon (Neal Stephenson), anything by Richard Dawkins or Jon Krakauer, The Stand (Stephen King), Contact (Carl Sagan), Red Dwarf, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles (ignore the hype, they're really good!), Empire of the East (Fred Saberhagen), to name a few.
You have enough sense not to take selfies in front of a mirror while staring into the phone you're using to take the picture.