Imagicomm Entertainment Makes Available The Warrant on Multiple Platforms

 

 

 

 

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Imagicomm Entertainment Makes Available The Warrant on Multiple Platforms

Civil War era film starring Neal McDonough and Casper Van Dien now available on DVD and VOD

 

(Indian Land, SC – March 3, 2020) Imagicomm Entertainment, has made available The Warrant on DVD and VOD platforms beginning today, announced Jonathan Collins, VP of Digital Media Distribution for Imagicomm.

“This post-Civil War action-drama is the first movie of its kind for Imagicomm Entertainment. The Warrant showcases a period of American history that was full of heartache, sacrifice and standing up for what’s right,” stated Collins. “The story is relevant and personal, and captures your attention early on.”

The Warrant is produced by INSP Films and distributed by Imagicomm Entertainment. Gary Wheeler (The Legend of 5 Mile Cave, War Room) and Jason White (Christmas on the Range) serve as producers. The cast includes Neal McDonough (Yellowstone, Captain America), Casper Van Dien (Starship Troopers, Tarzan), Steven R. McQueen (The Vampire Diaries, Chicago Fire), and Annabeth Gish (X-Files, The Haunting of Hill House).

The Warrant is available on DVD at major retailers that include Walmart and Amazon, and the movie is also available through Vudu, iTunes, Christian Cinema, Google, Fandango, DirecTV, and Dish.

For more information or to follow release dates, please visit www.imagicommentertainment.com.

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About Imagicomm Entertainment

Imagicomm Entertainment is a distribution company focusing on films and television series with content ranging from action and adventure to drama and family holiday celebration.  Each project embodies an unparalleled commitment to strong storytelling, memorable characters, and high production values. Imagicomm Entertainment distributes content globally through popular streaming services such as Amazon Prime, Netflix and Vudu, as well as through DVDs from major retailers, and on traditional television outlets.