Pure Flix: The Netflix of Wholesome Entertainment

An ideal alternative to cable TV, Pure Flix streams quality content with a spiritual message. They are a Christian movie studio that produces, distributes, and acquires Christ centered movies. Their VISION is "to influence the global culture for Christ through media." Their MISSION is "to be the world leader in producing and distributing faith and family media. Overall, they strive to make a difference for His name."

 

 

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Lots of Variety

Pure Flix has over 3,000 titles, are producing five films per year, and continues to acquire movies with a goal to distribute them world-wide. They offer movies for all ages, animated titles, documentaries, how-to’s, hobbies, educational, health and fitness, sports, outdoors and travel plus many inspirational and devotional titles that have a faith-based message in them. In the future, they plan to add music videos and spiritual growth content. All can be streamed directly to PC's, iOS, Android and Roku devices.


4K Technology

What is 4k you ask? Basically, 4K describes the resolution of your TV or the amount of pixels it has. It means clearer pictures that are capable of showing more details than standard HD.  A 4K display shows so much more distinction and detail. The difference is astounding! In fact, so astounding that celebrities will hate it. Every wrinkle is astonishingly noticeable.

So, Pure Flix is producing all their new content in 4K and will offer 4K streaming once demand increases. It's the first Christian studio to film in 4K starting with the sequel to God’s Not Dead. Yep, in case you didn't know, Pure Flix produced the blockbuster success, God's Not Dead!


Cost

Pure Flix costs $7.99 a month with UNLIMITED USERSYou can choose a monthly subscription for $7.99/month or an annual subscription for $92.99/year.

For both the monthly subscription and the annual subscription, you receive a FREE ONE MONTH trial, absolutely free. 

Streaming is available on iOS, Android and web. Users can stream via Chromecast, Roku, FireStick and more. 

 
 
 

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