The Mother Of All Horror Movies - TCM
Product no.: PR-1056
Softstyle comfort T-Shirt Unisex
The Mother Of All Horror Movies - Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The concept for The Texas Chain Saw Massacre arose in the early 1970s while Tobe Hooper was working as an assistant film director at the
University of Texas at Austin and as a documentary cameraman.He had already developed a story involving the elements of isolation,
the woods, and darkness.
He credited the graphic coverage of violence by San Antonio news outlets as one inspiration for the film and based elements of the plot on murderer Ed Gein,
who committed his crimes in 1950s Wisconsin Gein inspired other horror films such as Psycho (1960) and The Silence of the Lambs (1991).
During development, Hooper used the working titles of Headcheese and Leatherface.
The softstyle tee is a staple every wardrobe should have.
The shirt is made of durable cotton fabric and has a double-stitched bottom hem and sleeves.
This shirt is long-lasting enough to become an everyday favorite!
- Solid colors are 100% ring-spun cotton
- Regular fit
- Tubular construction
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
- Quarter-turned to avoid crease down the center