They have these machines outside of stores that rent movies. I had a discount offer for them. Ergo, I tried to find a movie to watch. Couldn't do it. There wasn't anything worth my time to watch. If Hollywood had to depend on my tastes, they'd be in big trouble.
On a related subject, I've discovered I don't like horror movies. The problem is they never scare me. They're, for the most part, poorly directed. I know what the actors are going to say before their mouths open. Two that tilted more toward fantasy were Snow White & the Huntsman and Hansel & Gretel. I basically liked them, though Hansel & Gretel broke rule number 1 in storytelling (You can't kill the cute red haired girl). But that's it in the last five years.
Now, TV is a little better. I love The Walking Dead and I liked Grimm fairly well.
I've edited multiple horror anthologies. I've written gobs of horror short stories. I wrote a vampire novel no one ever reads. I am a member of the Horror Writers Association. Yet, I can't find a horror film that I even remotely like. There's either something wrong with me or something wrong with Hollywood.