Modena Beach

From San Jenaro Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Modena Beach
Modena Beach
West San Jenaro
Did you know...
  • Heart of San Jenaro's street art culture
Blood Flow, #iHunt: Killing Monsters in the Gig Economy, ULTRA, #iHunt: A Transylvanian Prince in Southern California


The tourist-heavy beach and boardwalk neighborhood. It's where Dylan dies at the beginning of Blood Flow. It's where Lana fights (not really) Dracula in #iHunt: A Transylvanian Prince in Southern California. It's where Tiffany meets Agent Carter at the Modena Beach Wax Museum in ULTRA.

The iconic beach everyone emulates when filming a movie “set in San Jenaro.” When most Americans think of the west coast, they think of the Modena boardwalk. It’s mostly a tourist trap, but a lot of b-list celebrities live there if they can’t afford nicer coastal property.

Opulence: As you walk the trash-strewn boardwalk, you see the homeless and drifters selling art celebrating the golden age of film, with rhinestone-encrusted t-shirts of Marilyn Monroe and Marlon Brando decorated like Latinx gangsters.

Realism: As people from all over the world flock to Modena Beach, you can watch people in the crowd as they pickpocket them. The tourists don’t notice or care. It’s like they’ve come to be robbed.