1. In light of the conversation we are having at this very moment, tiny run-down movie theaters or IMAX?
It's kind of a tough choice. IMAX theatres are nicer, but they tend to have far less character. Also, there's a greater chance that IMAX projectors would be digital only and that's no good. Ultimately, I'd say a tiny run-down movie theater because the environment of the film can be just as important.
I've never really wanted grand things and I certainly wouldn't want them to distract me from you.
2. Morrissey or Goethe?
Hmm. A sound like a barking dog or an author who hated barking dogs. Morrissey solo actually wasn't bad, but he did his best stuff unquestionably with the Smiths. I think I'd take "I would go out tonight, but I haven't got a stitch to wear" over “You must either conquer and rule or serve and lose, suffer or triumph, be the anvil or the hammer”
3. I like this question so I'm reusing it -- poison of choice?
Strychnine. I'm a traditionalist, really.
4. What is your favorite video game console of all time?
As a console, I'd have to go with the Virtual Boy. The Dreamcast embraced a lot of neat ideas (like a variety of controllers) and it's a close runner up, but the Virtual Boy showed so much potential and it's one of the few true 3-D consoles.
If you're taking games into account, then it's awfully hard to beat the NES. It pretty much defined everything in gaming today.