INSP Films’ Latest, Blue Ridge, Makes Debut on Streaming Service Vudu

 

 

 

 

 

For immediate release
Contact: Tina Helms
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(Indian Land, SC – August 18, 2020) Imagicomm Entertainment, a distribution company of compelling films and engaging television series, has made available the action crime drama Blue Ridge exclusively to Vudu, announced Jonathan Collins, VP of Digital Media Distribution for Imagicomm.

Blue Ridge is very relevant in today’s culture, as it focuses on the importance of communication to break down walls and solve problems,” said Collins. “This film illustrates that we can achieve better outcomes when we work together within our communities.”

The film tells the story of a small mountain town whose people must overcome their personal grievances to solve the murder of one of their own. Ex-Green Beret, Justin Wise (Johnathon Schaech – Ray Donovan, Batwoman, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow) leaves his dangerous life to be near his ex-wife (Sarah Lancaster – Christmas in the Smokies, Chuck, Saved by the Bell: The New Class) and young daughter, and to become the Sheriff of a small, sleepy town cut out of the Blue Ridge Mountains. But his quiet life is soon disrupted when he finds himself fighting to keep this mountain community from exploding into violence.

Click here to view a trailer of the movie.

Blue Ridge is available exclusively on Vudu through October 19, 2020.

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

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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 shows our 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.