October 5, 2005

GPS movie to be released: GPS The Movie

Has the GPS really gone mainstream? Apparently so if there is a feature film on the subject. An indie studio from Washington is releasing a new film based on the GPS and "GPS treasure hunting" - commonly known as Geocaching around these parts.

GPS the Movie tells the story of a pair of scavenger hunt enthusiasts who embark upon a camping trip with a group of old friends, following the trail of a mysterious invitation with hopes of finding fortune. When the trail leads them to photographs of a masked woman tied to a chair along with a new set of coordinates, their search takes a frightening turn. The mountains and forests that give western Washington its reputation for natural beauty contrast with the infamous Green River, which served for decades as a horrific dumping ground for the notorious serial killer.

Huh, last time I went out geocaching, I only found a key chain with a plastic Jeep on it.

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Posted by Scott Martin at October 5, 2005 9:07 AM

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Thanks for more info on this movie! It looks great. Just wanted to let you know I posted some details on Geocaching and this upcoming movie at http://otterbox.blogs.com.


Posted by: Kristin at October 6, 2005 2:41 PM
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