* Chi's Sweet Home volume 7 by Konami Kanata. This was my Valentine's gift. Actually, my boyfriend gives me a Chi book for every romantic occasion.
* Don't Eat Cat by Jess Walter. Ok, I admit. It's the word 'cat' in the title that got me reading this. But this is actually a zombie story. And a very funny one for that matter. I mean, where else can you find cat eating zombies (we should call them people with hypo-endocrinal thyro-encephalitis) that work for Starbucks?
* The Take (2009). This British mini-series is hardly seen outside of Britain, but it was sooooo good. Brilliant performances (especially Tom Hardy), criminals that are both terrifying and touching and a shocking surprise at the end of each episode. Loved it.
* Antiviral (2012). David Cronenberg's son imitates his father with this one: extremely clinical, both in style and theme (it's a futuristic story about people who infect themselves with celebrities' diseases).
* Brainstorm (1983). Fascinating cult classic about two scientists who have developed a system of recording and playing back actual experiences of people.
* Surveillance (2008). What to say about a movie that depends solely on unexpected twists, but is completely predictable?
* The Bait (2012). This shark in a flooded supermarket film isn't exactly as entertaining as I wanted it to be. Let's hope that Spiders 3D and Big Ass Spider will make up for this.
* Chariots Of The Gods (1970). Nostalgia. I used to love Erich Von Däniken's documentary and books as a kid. Funny how much it resembles the recent Ancient Aliens documentaries.
* Ancient Aliens Debunked (2012). Talking about Ancient Aliens... This is a three hour long follow-up of the series that debunks most of the 'facts' and theories that are presented in Ancient Aliens. Interesting.
* The Master (2012). Well-made, but the movie repeats itself too much. Good performances though.
Some of the music I've been listening to lately include Alex Gopher and Xavier Jamaux' soundtrack for the Hong Kong movie Motorway, the soundtrack of Cat People and Wunderkammer from The Dead Brothers. Chances are we'll be using their song Am I To Be The One for the end credits of GPS With Benefits. You have to admit that both the lyrics and sound of that song are PERFECT for the story.
What are you currently reading, watching and listening to?