In Search of Lost Time, Marcel Proust or A Dance to the Music of Time, Anthony Powell. Anything by Wittgenstein. Also, probably, you might like Vladmir Nabakov's stuff if you want some Russian literature like Lolita or Pnin. If not in the mood for anything too dense then try Franz Kafka, such as Metamorphosis where the guy in his apartment turns into a roach. Albert Camus is good too, The Stranger can be a thought provoking read although I personally didn't like it - wasn't my style. Stephen King is popular and doesn't disappoint. Don't just only watch new movies and films like It. Doing that could skew your perception of the world from what I hear. I wouldn't recommend you read a lot or watch too much TV.