TTCM

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AcronymDefinition
TTCMThe Texas Chainsaw Massacre (movie)
TTCMTurbo Trellis Coded Modulation
TTCMTravel Trailer Club of the Midwest (est. 1964)
TTCMTennessee Technology Center at Murfreesboro
TTCMTennessee Technology Center at McMinnville (higher education)
TTCMTelemetry, Tracking, Control & Monitoring
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That's because the Texas Chainsaw Massacre baddie would have been forced to keep his motorised weapon away from the Tees Barrage, by order of the Canal and River Trust.
In Texas, years before the events of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the youngest of the Sawyer family is sentenced to a mental hospital after a suspicious incident leaves the sheriffs daughter dead.
The controversial filmmaker first found fame in 1974 with gore-fest The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, a film he also co-wrote with producer Kim Henkel.
Creative, ambitious, and driven, Hooper dragged the horror genre screaming into the 1970s with his blood-curdling, unforgettable The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974).
Princess, the three-year-old Griffon owned by Angel Thomas And the costume competition saw people dressed as characters from a Corpse Bride to Leatherface, from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre series.
The latest calamity is a buddy-movie comedy starring Kevin Hart and Ice Cube that comes with as many laughs as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Characters from Saw, Halloween, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Dawn Of The Dead also featured, with Jaws' Great White shark securing the tenth position.
TUESDAY THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE SKY MOVIES SCI-FI/HORROR 10.
For example, last week, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Evil Dead, people being buried alive in various Quentin Tarantino movies constantly shown on television.
IN 1974 director Tobe Hooper gave birth to a memorable big screen bogeyman - Leatherface - with the release of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
The producer is Mike Fleiss who did some of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre films.
Rye Hill opened in 2001 and once housed American Robert Kleasen, the man said to have inspired The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
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