Sarah Flores, a dedicated News Writer at Startefacts, is very passionate about her work as it makes her feel like a modern-day Jane Austen character. Her personality is a curious blend of witty Elizabeth Bennet and gothic Edgar Allan Poe, and so are her tastes in movies.
When it comes to genres, Sarah is a cinematic chameleon. She can swing from 2000's rom-coms to the golden classics as she finds solace and a fair share of mental mayhem in the world of cinema. A movie doesn't even have to try hard – it can make her cry just by being itself.
Now, here's a fun fact about Sarah: she's been a horror fan since she was knee-high to a grasshopper. Her mom is to thank (or blame) for that as she used to play the IT movie to help her doze off as a kid.
No wonder Sarah can now predict every twist and turn of a horror movie as she is practically an Encyclopedia of Scares (thanks to her annual tradition of re-watching the entire Scream franchise).
But that's not all there is to her cinematic personality. When it comes to Quentin Tarantino's films, Sarah treats them like sacred scriptures — and no, it's not even an exaggeration. And even if there's a smidge of guilt involved, missing a Fast and Furious theatrical premiere is absolutely out of the question for her.
In Sarah's universe, movies aren't just a few hours of entertainment; they're like a rollercoaster ride through the wild landscape of human emotions, and she's here for every second of it.