I’m Zachary Doiron and currently a psychology and religious studies student at Mount Allison University. I am a blogger and writer with a real obsession to movies.
When I was a kid, movies were actually far from my main hobby. I preferred TV shows and cartoon. I found movies to be boring and too long at the time. I also found it weird that people would watch the same movie over and over again when they already knew what was going to happen. Now, that is pretty much what I do. However, I still cannot watch a movie multiple times alone, I mean that’s what friends are for, right?
From an early age, I was drawn to horror and thrillers. They still are my favourite genre of film but my standard has since increased. I do still love other genres with romance and comedy being my least favored. This love of movies has augmented every year and while I do not see myself in the filming business, I do admire them as the artists they are. I have a very strong admiration for everyone in the arts from fine arts to liberal arts.
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