The Road, The Crossing, pretty much anything Cormack McCarthy puts
out. Philip K. Dick, Isaac Asimov, Chuck Palahnuik, Douglas Adams,
Arthur C. Clarke.
There are seriously too many movies to think of. I've had Netflix
since 2007 so I've seen an inordinate amount of movies. I love hard
sci-fi stuff, good clever and/or dark comedies, dry British humor,
dramas that leave me feeling emotionally exhausted, gripping
documentaries, cheesy B-movies that aren't supposed to be funny but
are, unpredictably thrilling thrillers, those insane Korean movies,
artsy bullshit, noir films, movies that elicit a physical response,
and of course the occasional 'make me inhale popcorn'
Arrested Development, Dexter, The Increasingly Poor Decisions of
Todd Margaret, Louie, Breaking Bad, Orange is the New Black, Mad
Men, Walking Dead, The Office, Parks and Recreation (Ron Swanson is
my hero), How the Universe Works, Mythbusters, Ted Talks, Through
the Wormhole, Into the Universe, Cosmos. Stuff like that.
I'd have my music going all day if I could. I absolutely need it to
study and read. I can't focus in the quiet. I like music that gives
me goosebumps and makes my brain melt. Progressive metal is what I
listen to the most. But on any given day I'll listen to rock,
indie, punk, classical, opera, jazz, some older country
As for food, I'll try anything at least once. Bring on the crazy