Jump to content
🔒 The Earwolf Forums are closed Read more... ×


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

6 Neutral

About mkgrenwel

  • Rank
  1. mkgrenwel

    Don's Plum (2001)

    I just found out about this and watched it with some friends. All I could think was how badly HDTGM needs to do this movie.
  2. mkgrenwel

    Episode 131 - The Covenant

    Again, giving the benefit of the doubt, there could be a way down from the cliffs to the beach, The forest would be on the edge of the cliffs, so essentially all the partygoers drove up as close as they can get and then take the steps or the path around the cliffs or whatever it is. The witches, deciding to be badass, just drop down over the cliffs because they can, and it's shorter than taking the stairs. The scene back at the cars would take place after everybody has climbed back up to the top of the cliffs. There is really no excuse or explanation for how and why high schoolers are throwing an elaborate party complete with a DJ booth completely out in the open, though.
  3. mkgrenwel

    Episode 131 - The Covenant

    I think we can give the benefit of the doubt here and say that was just a warning shot.
  4. mkgrenwel

    Episode 131 - The Covenant

    SInce Jason fucked up so badly, I feel the need to give the regional background that he failed to provide. While he was clearly very wrong about where Ipswich is, (I'm wondering if he was actually getting Ipswich confused with Scituate) he was correct that they seem to think it's much closer to Marblehead than it is. It's about 10-15 miles as the crow flies, but on opposite sides of Cape Ann. So when they said something like "maybe you were seeing the Marblehead lighthouse" that was complete bunk. There's a whole bunch of land in the way between Ipswich and Marblehead. There definitely are not any cliffs like that anywhere nearby. There actually are some hills with steep slopes leading down to the water, but nothing like what you see in the movie. The beach they were theoretically on also only has one road in and out. This gets back to the incompetent cops angle, because if they had any sense at all, they would just block off the road and everyone would be trapped at the beach (unless you can levitate a car, which the cops don't know is possible). And I think it goes without saying that there's not a wide open, perfectly flat area leading up to cliffs large enough to have a multiple minute high speed chase across. Also, despite being a town on the ocean, there's no harbor like we see in that establishing shot. The north side of Cape Ann is mostly saltwater marshes leading to beaches. The center of town is built on the mouth of the river before it opens up to marsh as it gets to the ocean. We also don't have any bars for high schoolers that I know of. One aspect I can confirm is that it can be pretty foggy here. Nothing like the smoke machine effects in the movie, but with all the marshes and the river, it's pretty damp and foggy a lot of the time. The dirt roads leading to random barns and colonial era houses in the middle of the woods and fields are also pretty legit. That is the stuff that felt the most like Ipswich to me. Also, it's full of hunky, teenage boys who never wear sleeves. I can definitely confirm that.
  5. mkgrenwel

    Episode 131 - The Covenant

    Jason. What The Fuck? I thought you were my North Shore bro. I live in Ipswich and when I found out that's where this movie took place I was psyched for you to drop some North Shore knowledge on the podcast. Instead you don't even recognize us as NS brothers?! I was heartbroken. I assure you, one does not drive through Lynn to get from Marblehead to Ipswich. We're between Salem and Newburyport. Honestly, this was devastating.