I'm also quite good at making things with my hands. The most obvious example, perhaps, is in cutting and sewing; I've drafted patterns for and made up several articles of clothing all on my own, from newsboy caps to trousers and capes and coats. For the most part I concentrate on historical and military styles but I've also been drafted into designing stuff and making up patterns for a ready-to-wear urban fantasy clothing line due to be launched later this year (2012). Other than that, I daresay I'm pretty good at woodworking and poking around with ropes (you know Boy Scout stuff).
Last but not least, research -- especially historical research. Lately I've grown particularly interested in early Indonesian military history, with a focus on the assimilation of Western methods and technologies into the local military milieu, and I'm currently trying to learn as many of the relevant languages as possible so that I'll be free to read and collate the primary sources without having to rely on what others say about them.
Oh, and did I mention archery?
Movies: I don't watch them very often--certainly not as often as I'd like to if I weren't so easily distracted by books. Let me think about it. Maybe Hero or The Emperor and the Assassin--the one starring Jet Li as the Nameless Swordsman? Or Hot Fuzz. That's one brilliant police movie. I'm also a long-time fan of Star Wars--well, the original series, anyway.
TV series: Mythbusters, obviously. Wonders of the Solar System, Wonders of the Universe, and just about anything with Brian Cox in it (even a straight man like me can consider him cute). The reimagined Battlestar Galactica. The BBC Sherlock. Sometimes I watch things for sheer entertainment value, too, like Stargate SG-1 (I've been told that I resemble Daniel Jackson somewhat, except that I've never died and been brought back to life naked on an alien planet) and Top Gear. And of course Blackadder.
Music: It's a bit hard to define the parameters, but maybe the most noticeable thing about my music tastes is that it generally doesn't follow current popular trends. Right now the thing I listen to most of the time are Apocalyptica, Scorpions, Fonogenico, Orange Pekoe, and The Corrs as well as a bunch of classical numbers from a rather large number of different composers.