Most reading outside of fantasy I've done has been Japanese fiction. That was for a dissertation, so probably doesn't count. Generally, I read only fantasy because I don't always have the time to read outside of that: I adore fantasy, reading makes me happy--I'd even call it my "coping mechanism"--and therefore since I don't get as much time to read as I'd like (I do get a lot, mind), I tend to only read what I know I'll like. That said, I do venture between genres within fantasy, trying to find new things I like. I love vampires, but since the genre of urban-fantasy, and even mild horror is so...convoluted with "vampire romance", I've been turned off trying even that! Which is a great pity; since I love vampires, and don't have as much time as I'd like to work on my own urban-fantasy novel(s), as I'm focussing on my main project at present (more traditional fantasy).
I think I would like historical (vaguely fantasy/horror) fiction, if I gave it a chance: but that would require time. However, the one-offs I've tried, for whatever reason (usually school and uni) I have liked. I have a soft-spot for anything Japanese, so studying those books for my dissertation wasn't hard; it was a pleasure, and though it counted as "work-reading", it didn't feel like other books I've had to read.
I really, really want to read more vampire lit, but it's impossibly hard for a guy to find something that doesn't seem too "girlie"; or, that's just the impression I've received. I'd love to be proven wrong, and I do keep looking!
But at the end of the day...I do prefer my fantasy, no matter the incarnation.