Archive for January, 2015

MBTI: Sam and Dean Winchester- INFJ and ESTJ

Posted in MBTI Guardians, MBTI Idealists, MBTI Stuff, MBTI Whatever with tags , , , , , , on 01/30/2015 by Taylor Holt
Intro by Taylor, article by Kristen!

For all the requests and suggestions received here (It’s like, so many I can ‘t even tell you the exact number. I’m so popular) very few can actually be taken on. You’ve got to write what you know and I don’t know a lot of things.

That being said, Kristen does and what she knows very well is Supernatural. So now it’s time for Sam and Dean to get the MBTI treatment.

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MBTI: Vicious- INTJ

Posted in MBTI Rationals, MBTI Stuff with tags , , , on 01/27/2015 by Taylor Holt


While Vicious may seem like any other introvert (Quiet with dead eyes [THIS IS A JOKE]), his plan to destroy his masters and rule in their place sets him apart from other types; aside from the INTJ.

Of course, right? If they’re quiet with a plan, they’ve got to be INTJ, don’t they? We’ll get into that. Continue reading


Posted in Whatever with tags on 01/27/2015 by Taylor Holt


Something about my love for Indiana Jones, Indy freeing kids, and free posters all collided for me to choose this image.

I’ve accumulated a lot of movie posters over the past few years. From the internet or from the theater (Knowing a guy that knows a guy helps) and it’s gotten to be more than I can hold onto. I didn’t collect all of them to give them away but at the same time, I don’t know what to do with them. So I am giving them away.

And as Matthew Lesko loved to scream at the top of his lungs- they’re FREE! Just pay for the shipping, and I’ll send you one.

Click the link to see what I have and what the stipulations are. Continue reading

MBTI: Cinematic Satans

Posted in MBTI Artisans, MBTI Guardians, MBTI Rationals, MBTI Stuff, MBTI Whatever with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 01/22/2015 by Taylor Holt


Who could love Satan? Satanists, sure. But generally he makes for the baddest villain of all time and he’s got no one to love him. And I don’t mean “baddest” as in “cool,” I just mean BAD. Like evil. So it’s no wonder when he’s depicted in film, you know the stakes of the story are high.

Could the biblical Satan be typed? Probably not, seeing as how he’s more of a living force than a person. The Lucifer of Paradise Lost is usually typed as an ENTJ; dominating, leading type. And for some of the most famous on screen devils of all time? The answers probably aren’t too surprising. Continue reading

Movie Review: Inherent Vice

Posted in Reviews! with tags , , , on 01/20/2015 by Taylor Holt


Stars: Joaquin Phoenix, Katherine Waterston, Josh Brolin, Joanna Newsom, Jena Malone, Owen Wilson, Benicio Del Toro, Reese Witherspoon, Eric Roberts, Hong Chau, Martin Short

Rated R for drug use throughout, sexual content, graphic nudity, language and some violence, 148 minutes, Crime/Drama/Comedy

Compare to: Boogie Nights (1997), The Man Who Wasn’t There (2001)

You’ve got to give it to writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson. At this point, I think I could just watch one of his movies and know it was his before being told. Long shots that take you an entire minute to realize that man, this hasn’t changed from the time it started! While the story doesn’t take a backseat necessarily (I’ll get to that), the best way to enjoy Vice is by reminding yourself that these people are acting and none of it is real.

Why would you do that? Because everything and everyone are so natural in their roles that not knowing Joaquin Phoenix is a well established actor might may think Anderson really did go back in time to cast a hippie for the part. Continue reading

My TOP 5 Movies of 2014

Posted in Top 5 Lists with tags , , , on 01/19/2015 by Taylor Holt


I wasn’t going to put one of these up seeing as how we’re halfway into the first month of 2015, but the Oscars aren’t even on until next month, right? So who cares?

Unlike the past couple years, there were a lot of great films to come out this year. And if they weren’t great, they were entertaining at the very least and that’s more than I can say for the years prior. My Top 5 of 2012 was more of a collection of films that I thought were just better than the others, but didn’t really blow me away.

2014, however, was the balls.

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