The Buzzkill Monmouth County Connection
There seems to be a bit of confusion as to exactly how the Buzzkill Universe is related to the real world. Well to start, the crossover happens in Monmouth County, New Jersey. “Buzzkill New Jersey” is a film that is based on a true story. If you have been paying attention so far you know that means, the Jersey Devil is real.
Back to Monmouth County. Most of the characters in “Buzzkill New Jersey” are based off of real people who grew up together in Colts Neck, New Jersey. While CN is not exactly a beach town, its unofficial beach is Belmar, New Jersey. “Jack Cuomo” and “Pat O’Donohue” are based on Joe Vrola and Will Leahey respectively, who were responsible for the first “Buzzkill,” which was made in 2005.
While there were other hangout spots throughout the years, none were quite as beloved, as the old Belmar house. The house was home to countless parties, thrown by Joe and his friends, including an unofficial graduation party, that got pretty crazy. All of these antics went into the premise of the film.
The Jersey Devil character exists primarily in the Buzzkill Universe, which is technically in a realm closer to hell, if we’re splitting hairs. The Jersey Devil has been spotted consistently throughout the history of the state of New Jersey (check out the Jersey Devil category to learn more). The story of Buzzkill New Jersey describes the summer that the Jersey Devil visited the Jersey Shore.