My three big time consumers are reading (both non-fiction and fiction), watching movies, and playing PC video games. Most games I play are towards the casual end of the spectrum; I usually play just a few really, really intensely and only dip my toes into others. I read probably a few hundred books a year -- I read pretty quickly, and I read a lot of light fiction. I try to get in a mixture of 'foundational' books (I'm currently working through a number of some classic feminist authors) with some that are generating buzz and a lot of urban fantasy.
I also try to mix up my movie watching; when left to my own devices, I watch action movies when I need my blood pumping, but otherwise tend towards comedies (and an embarrassing weakness for romantic comedies).
Mulholland Drive (mysterious imagery, beautiful women, makes almost no sense on the first viewing -- what's not to like?); The Prestige (perhaps my favorite movie post-2000). Musicals are fun -- I like all of Rocky Horror Picture Show, Moulin Rouge, and Sweeney Todd. On the other hand, I really don't like Sondheim's Into the Woods and I *hate* Carousel.
I read pretty indiscriminately within genre fiction, but some of my favorites recently read include The Kingkiller Chronicles by Rothfuss, The Song of Ice And Fire (Game of Thrones, etc) by Martin, and Catch-22 by Heller.
Music-wise, I have been listening to electro-pop lately, but have no real strong opinions about it.