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Interview w/ Matthew Tompkins on THE HARROWING, SICARIO, and LONGMIRE



Matthew Stephen Tompkins, born in Washington D.C. and raised in Oklahoma City, is an award-winning Actor and Indie Filmmaker/Producer with over 45 feature films, 80 TV roles, and over 100 professional plays to his credit to date, and currently makes his home in Dallas, Texas where in 2007 he founded the successful Independent Film Production Company, Wolfclan Productions.

I had Matthew on the show to discuss his latest film THE HARROWING that will be released on VOD Christmas day.  THE HARROWING is about a vice detective who is determined to discover the truth behind the ritualistic killing of his best friend. The film is perfect counter-programming for the holiday season, a genre film with more on its mind than jump scares and gore. THE HARROWING is worthy of your support, make sure you check it out.

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To hear my interview with Matthew click play on the embedded player below.


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