I have watched all my movies and most of the special features that goes with these movies, so I'm looking for more movies to watch. I like a wide variety of movies. Pretty much anything except for "chick flicks". The only romantic comedies I have ever enjoyed are Shaun of the Dead and Knocked Up. I've seen pretty much all of the superhero movies of the last few years (I refuse to touch Fantastic Four 2). Watched all of the Saw movies in the theatres and am very excited for Saw 5.
I'm not looking exclusively for horror movies, but that is what I have been watching the most lately. Cannibal Holocaust and Feast were the last two movies I watched. Both good. Feast especially. Big stupid gory movie about people trapped in a bar in the middle of nowhere being attacked by monsters. Jason Mewes plays himself (he's Jay of Jay and Silent Bob). Doesn't take itself too seriously, but also doesn't make fun of itself.
Good horror movies, bad horror movies, I love them all. Especially anything with zombies. But anything else is fine, as well. Comedy, drama, sci-fi, I like it all. Foreign films and anime included. Kung fu movies are especially awesome. I'm not terribly picky. Although I'm sort of on a horror and crappy movie kick, I wouldn't mind checking out something really good, like Hotel Rwanda (except not that because I've seen it about half a dozen times). I just can't think of any movies I want to see.
I'll make a few recommendations to those who may share my taste in movies.
Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky can be found in its entirety on Google Video. It's a really gory kung fu movie with terrible special effects, terrible acting, and a terrible story. Totally worth it.
Already mentioned Feast.
Cannibal Holocaust is typical of many old horror movies, in which there is a slow, rather boring build up to some pretty horrible things at the end that make the whole experience worth it. Oh, and lots of nudity, both male and female, with typical 60-70's era unshaven crotch wonders.
A Chinese Dawn of the Dead, called Bio Zombie, starring characters named Woody and Crazy Bee. It's a genuinely good zombie movie.
There is a super low-budget British movie that I think Troma picked up a few years ago called The Evolved. It can be found on the American XBox Live Marketplace, and the description reads: "Two clinically psychotic detectives team up with a heroin-addicted fetus and a ventriloquist dummy to uncover a Neo-Nazi fast food empire that's kidnapping all of London's dogs!" What they don't mention is the shark monster, played by a dude in a crappy looking shark mask.
Alright, so what do the rest of you suggest everyone check out?