House Of Fyre Revists »Twin Peaks«: Those Douglas Firs


House of Fyre has chosen a particularly iconic location for its film »Horny Hitch Hiker«, a location that is likely to be familiar to many television viewers watching TV in the 1990s. The crew made use of numerous locations and landscapes that were seen for years in the TV series »Twin Peaks« directed by David Lynch.

The successful director and producer Lady Fyre chose for her latest production a place known from countless hours of television: the idiosyncratic landscape and gloomy scenery of the towns of Snoqualmie and North Bend, which provided the background for the legendary series »Twin Peaks«. Among the Douglas firs, which are widespread there, »Horny Hitch Hiker« shows intense and hot hardcore action.

In the pilot episode of the mystery series »Twin Peaks« the Douglas firs are already mentioned by two of the main characters. Detective Cooper asks the local sheriff: »Sheriff, what kind of fantastic trees have you got growing around here? Big, majestic.« Exactly that line and the sheriff’s answer are quoted in »Horny Hitch Hiker« before the real action starts.

The film stars Kenzie Madison and Laz Fyre. More information and the opportunity to buy the film can be found here.



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