Tabletop RPGs I'm currently playing (online) include: Blood and Treasure set in Ken H's Montporte Megadungeon and Rob C's playtest version of his Majestic Wilderlands Fudge-based rules
I would especially like to play/run: Swords and Wizardry (White Box or Core), Delving Deeper, or Labyrinth Lord (any of them as a GM), any OSR retroclone (as a player)
...but would also try: anything (as a player)
Well-known RPG products other people made that I like: Majestic Wilderlands (Rob Conley), Knowledge Illuminates, The Manor (Tim Shorts), Weird Adventures (Trey Causey), Loviatar (Christian Walker), Blasphemous Brewery of Pilz (Dylan Hartwell), Tricks, Empty Rooms & Basic Trap Design (Courtney Campbell), Beyond the Black Gate Compendium (Al Krombach), Dungeon Alphabet (Michael Curtis), Treasure Book on Demand (Mark Hassman).
Fantasy books I like: The Hobbit/Lord of the Rings (Tolkein), The Face in the Frost (Bellairs), Conan Short Story Collections (Howard)
Medieval/Fantasy movies I like: The 13th Warrior, Season of the Witch, Lord of the Rings, Ironclad, Arn, Black Death, Conan the Barbarian (Schwarzie version, first movie only), 300.
Best place to find me on-line: The Clash of Spear on Shield (my blog)
I will read almost anything on tabletop RPGs if it's: more focused "adventure gaming" rather than "character study" ("dungeons not characters")
I really do not want to hear about: Edition Wars. If you enjoy it, play it. I'm not going to try and convince you you're "wrong."
Dead orc babies are: non-existent in my campaigns because orcs are asexual creatures spawned ritually by demons or evil wizards in full adult form
Free RPG Content I made for any OSR game is available here: Dødsbakken (Viking-themed one-page dungeon)