About The Enquirer

The Enquirer is a student-led blog dedicated to critically examining important issues, news stories, and culture, and to explore topics of interest to our contributors. All research/writing is done from a rational/objective/fact-based perspective.

Here are some of the key elements of the site that you can count on:

  • we fact-check editorials and news stories
  • we identify/analyze overt and covert arguments to evaluate their logic, biases and evidence
  • we analyze/evaluate films to decode their covert messages and then rate them
  • we explore current research in diverse areas of interest to us, such as AI, bio-engineering, international relations, economics, etc.

IT(2017) Review

In the past few decades, Stephen King has been a huge influence on the film industry, and on the horror genre as a whole. The majority of King-inspired films are successful; however recently in August 2017, one of the worst King adaptations was released – The Dark Tower. The movie’s failure disappointed many fans of King’s novels, but…


The Shining

The Shining (1980), directed by Stanley Kubrick, is considered by a vast majority of people to be one of the most flawless films ever made. Although a good film, Kubrick’s unfaithful adaptation of Stephen King’s book The Shining (1977) does not deserve the amount of praise that it has been receiving for the past 30 years. Many…


Wildstar Reviewed

In 2004, World of Warcraft was released and it completely revolutionized the entire MMOrpg (Massive Multiplayer Online role-playing game) community. It did so well that ever since its release, many companies tried to remake blizzard’s success but failed. Ten years after World of Warcraft’s release, Carbine Studios released the MMOrpg Wildstar which was loved by almost…