For immediate release
Contact: Tina Helms
Three New Holiday Films from Imagicomm Entertainment Now Available on DVD and Digital HD
What/Who: Christmas in the Pines, Christmas in the Wilds, and Christmas in the Rockies
How/Where to watch: Available for DVD purchase at Amazon and Walmart; and on Digital HD on Vudu, iNDEMAND, DirecTV, Dish, iTunes and Christian Cinema.
About the movies:
Christmas in the Pines: As Ariel (Jillian Murray – Code Black, Prescription for Love), an up-and-coming magazine writer, and Mark (Dean Geyer – Terra Nova, Glee), a successful architect, battle over ownership of an idyllic Christmas cottage, they soon discover that their cozy holiday getaway may not be the only thing they love. Click here to view a trailer for Christmas in the Pines.
Christmas in the Wilds: Separated by a blizzard, new couple Buck (Victor Zinck, Jr. – Motive, The 100) and Jessica (Kaitlyn Leeb – Shadowhunters, Degrassi) take on the uncharted wilderness in hopes of reuniting for their first Christmas together. But as their adventure becomes a battle for survival, they realize how far they’re willing to go for love. Click here to view a trailer for Christmas in the Wilds.
Christmas in the Rockies: After her father is hurt in a timber accident, Katie Jolly (Kimberly-Sue Murray – Crimson Peak, My Perfect Romance) must enter a lumberjack competition to save her family’s business. But when the paramedic (Stephen Huszar – The Flash, Supernatural) who saved her dad’s life also joins the contest, a romance sparks just in time for Christmas. Click here to view a trailer for Christmas in the Rockies.
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 Prime Video, Netflix and Vudu, as well as through DVDs from major retailers, and on traditional television outlets.