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Our Halloween 2017 special: A sampling of music from horror films with Terence Hannum, a musician and visual artist who just loves this stuff. Terence Hannum is the originator of the "Dead Air" podcast, which he introduced to "Roughly Speaking" listeners last year. It's all about music that gives us the creeps. This year, for Halloween, Hannum is hosting a radio version of "Dead Air" on the Loyola University Maryland station. Hannum pays tribute to three big names in horror movie-making that landed in the obituary columns this year: Tobe Hooper, director of “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre;” Umberto Lenzi, the Italian master of horror; and George A. Romero, who produced “Night of the Living Dead.”And 2017 saw a surprising new director of the horror genre — Jordan Peele. His low-budget film, "Get Out," was critically acclaimed and earned more than $250 million at the box office. Terence Hannum is among those who regard "Get Out" as a great movie, and with a great score.You can hear Hannum's "Dead Air" at midnight and at 10 p.m. on Oct. 31 via WLOY, the Loyola radio station (1620 AM) or stream it online.
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