If any of us has felt like "tough crowd" to you, then believe us when we say it's not intentional, we're all (sort-of) good friends around here, we all enjoy movies, comics and videogames, we reject no one and accept all walks of life and all types of nerdyness
If there's one curious thing that you'll notice by now, is that there's a "resident fan" for everything here, there's at least one person for every nerd shit that has earned some degree of following, and thus, when we must know about Spider-Man, we go to Godziller, when we must know about X-Men, we go to Smutty, if anyone here gave any sort of a fuck about The Hulk, then people probably would go to me, though that has never happened
My particular tastes in entertainment focus mostly on comics, television shows and movies.
In comics, mainstream-wise I like to read Batman, Superman, Hulk and Punisher, my tastes are "mostly" centered around those characters, apart from DC and Marvel I try to find good stuff among Vertigo, Image and Dynamite, with titles like Scalped, The Walking Dead, Red Sonja, The Boys, etc. I also enjoy everything by Garth Ennis. Though my favorite comic of all time is the "Hellblazer" on-going by Vertigo, it has it's ups and downs, but it's worth the risk when you read something good with the best comic book character ever created.
In regards to television, I like to watch Breaking Bad, Mad Men (hopefully to come back on March), Game Of Thrones, Homeland and Dexter (even if this one has gone off rails since the second season started, but it's still good). My favorite television show of all time is "Six Feet Under" by Alan Ball, masterfully written, masterfully acted, and with an ending that really left The Sopranos with no excuses as to what that "final episode" was.
In regards to movies, I pretty much like "everything", if it's good, I'll watch, though my tastes tend to by more centered around the 70's and 80's, when there was a still a healthy degree of cynicism and a willingness to make art in the film in the industry, that said, I enjoy everything by my favorite director Stanley Kubrick, with that one exception called "Eyes Wide Shut". My favorite movies (because this really is like picking my favorite child) are, in no particular order, 2001: Space Odyssey, Vanishing Point, Heat, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest and The Salton Sea.