I'm also a big geek, though I don't really identify with geek culture- I don't go to Cons, or participate in fandom in any way (though I don't look down on those who do). I read entirely too many books and a measurable (though not anywhere near all) portion of my free time is spent gaming with friends. Boardgames, specifically, but I have an abiding (though mostly academic) interest in the weirder end of the RPG spectrum. Any form of interactive, collaborative fiction interests me a lot.
I like things with a sense of style and creativity, and try to live that in my life. I write a bit, and always have a few hobbyist DTP/design projects going at any given time.
Movies and TV? Mostly sci-fi, horror (*not* crappy torture-porn), etc.- genre stuff. I do think I'm reasonably discriminating, though. While I do watch my fair share of schlock (usually *because* it's schlock, heh), I do try to look for the more interesting end of the spectrum. Oh, sure, I watch dramas and documentaries, indie flicks, and mostly stay away from the really big hollywood blockbusters (Marvel Comics movies excepted, of course).
Music: I grew up in the Goth/Industrial/Punk scene, so music has always been a big part of my vision of myself. Mostly I've moved away from all that, though- I made a decision years ago that I didn't want to be one of those people that listened to the music of their youth their whole life. Nowadays I tend toward bands like The National, Beirut, The Decemberists, The Walkmen, etc. I like music with a sense of style- accordians, strings, horns, and well-written lyrics get me going. Locally, I'm a big fan of bands like The Bad Things and Bakelite 78- kind of neo-folk-punk-hobo music.
Good friends to share it all with.
What, that's not six? Ok, fine, one more. A motorcycle. I've pretty much lived my whole life on them, and I can't imagine ever stopping. Doesn't have to be anything special or fancy, but yeah.