Last spring I compiled a list of genre works I haven't yet read or seen. I thought I'd revisit the list and see if I've made any progress. The verdict: not a lot. Completed works or new notes are indicated in bold.
Farscape (I now have the series and followup Peacekeeper Wars on DVD, so I'll get to it)
Stargate (and spinoffs)
21st century Dr. Who
Quatermass (original television series; I've seen most of the movies)
The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne
Dead Like Me
Desperate Housewives (Probably won't pursue)
Six Feet Under
Medium (I'll probably never get to this; doesn't seem like my cup of tea)
Day of the Triffidds
Mighty Joe Young
On the Beach (I've read the book, though)
Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine
Beware! The Blob (I have seen the first Blob movie)
Who? - Saw it! The book, as is so often the case, is far better. Creepy prostetic effects, though.
Phase IV - Saw it! And I thought it was pretty good.
Heartbeeps (Probably won't bother)
Looker - Saw it! Interesting idea, but has a major plot hole.
Zapped! (Probably won't bother)
Brainstorm - Saw it! Very cool, proper SF; that is, it explores the effects of new technologies on individuals and societies.
The Brother from Another Planet
*batteries not included
Short Circuit 2
My Stepmother is an Alien
Deepstar Six (I did see the similarly-themed Leviathan that year, though) (Probably won't bother)
Robocop 3 (I have this on Blu-Ray now, part of a box set)
Mom and Dad Save the World (Probably won't bother)
The Arrival and The Arrival 2
Jurassic Park 3
The Lord of the Rings
A Case of Conscience
Most of the works of C.J. Cherryh
Most of the works of Philip K. Dick
Most of the works of William Gibson
Most of the works of H. Beam Piper
Most of the works of Connie Willis
Most of the works of Lois McMaster Bujold - I can cross this off the list, having read all but one of the Vorkosigan books; I'm reading her fantasy works next.
Most of the works of Ursula K. LeGuin
Most of the works of Octavia Butler
Anything by China Mieville (I have his first couple of books now)
Overall, I've done a pretty poor job of filling in my genre blind spots, though I think I do a reasonable job of keeping current. It's just hard to catch up when there's so much new stuff coming out - much of it excellent. And never mind genre material; I'm trying to read more mainstream literature as well. I suppose I should be using this list to help complete my goal of reading 100 books this year...killing two birds with one stone.