Neal McDonough Post Civil War Western “The Warrant” Now Available on IMDb TV and Tubi

March 9, 2021

For immediate release
Contact: Tina Helms

“We’re in a time and place when heroism is needed more than ever, which is very timely for The Warrant.”
-TV Fanatic

Neal McDonough Post Civil War Western “The Warrant”
Now Available on IMDb TV and Tubi


(Indian Land, SC – March 9, 2021Imagicomm Entertainment has announced the availability of post-Civil War action-drama The Warrant on digital HD platforms IMDb TV and Tubi. The announcement comes from Jonathan Collins, VP of Digital Media Distribution for Imagicomm.

“Western films, which often celebrate themes surrounding family, friendship, honor and loyalty are still very timely today,” said Collins. “There’s no shortage of fans of the genre, which was evidenced by the fact that The Warrant was the best-selling Western DVD in retail markets. Heartened by this feat, we decided to make the movie available in more spaces.”

About the movie: Rough and tumble Civil War Veteran Sheriff John Breaker (Neal McDonough – Yellowstone, Captain America) rides shotgun to his son, Cal Breaker (Steven R. McQueen – The Vampire Diaries, Chicago Fire), a Federal Marshal, as they deliver an arrest warrant to Virgil St. Denis, aka “The Saint” (Casper Van Dien – Starship Troopers, Tarzan), a fellow Veteran turned ruthless vigilante.  What seems like an impossible task soon becomes a death wish as they find themselves pinned between two rival gangs and the prospect of reigniting the Civil War.

The Warrant is produced by INSP Films and distributed by Imagicomm Entertainment.

Click here to view a trailer for the film.


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.