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Interview: Kim Coates & Harold Perrineau Talk Cold Brook & More | Breaking Geek Radio: The Podcast

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Breaking Geek Radio: The Podcast is about analyzing geekdom and the things we like: an in-depth examination of movies, television, and culture. Expect reviews, a look at entertainment controversies, and other fun content! This Podcast is a once a week release coming out every Monday!

This week, Jonesy had the opportunity to speak with Kim Coates and Harold Perrineau about their upcoming film, Cold Brook. In separate interviews, the two actors discuss their work on the film and also discuss Sons of Anarchy, Bad Blood, Claws and the upcoming Matrix sequel.  To coincide with the release of the film, this episode of BGRtP is releasing 8 November, rather than its regularly scheduled release

Check out the trailer for Cold Brook, which is available 8 November in select theaters and on VOD:

COLD BROOK is the story of Ted & Hilde, two ordinary guys in a small town who embark on an extraordinary adventure and risk everything for a stranger in need. It’s a story about coming home; something everyone, everywhere has an innate desire to do.

The film is also the directorial debut of William Fichtner (“Mom,” “Prison Break“) who not only stars in the film but co-wrote it with Cain DeVore (Mitzi & Joe). The film also stars Kim Coates (Goon series, “Sons of Anarchy”) and Harold Perrineau (“Lost,” Romeo + Juliet).

Intro Music: “Return of the Man” by ATH315T

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