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My Completely Honest Review of Pure Flix

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If you’re looking for Pure Flix reviews or you’ve been wondering whether Pure Flix is a good fit for your family, we tried it and this is my completely honest Pure Flix review!

Been wanting to try PureFlix? This completely honest Pure Flix review is really informative!

Have you heard of Pure Flix? They are a streaming service that provides wholesome movies and television that the entire family can enjoy together.

And right now they’re offering a FREE one-month trial! We signed up for it to check it out and I was really impressed with all the different movies and shows they offer.

Pure Flix has a mix of family-friendly & wholesome entertainment, including movies for all ages, kid’s animated titles, documentaries, how-to’s, hobbies, educational, health & fitness, sports, outdoors and travel, plus many inspirational and devotional titles.

I love that all of their titles are family-friendly and they give you clear details on what you can expect if any of the shows or movies have more adult themes.

They offer a number of different series, in addition to movies. We found that some of the shows and movies have been pretty cheesy, but others are pretty high quality!

They also have a number of different educational shows — and I think they’d especially be perfect for Christian, homeschooling families.

Probably the best section of the site is all of their kid’s series and movies. They have some that my kids really loved when they were younger, including the What’s in the Bible series that was one of their favorites. 

To sign up for your FREE month trial to Pure Flix, just click here to sign up. You’ll be able to immediately access all of the movies and shows as soon you sign up.

Note: After your FREE month, your subscription will automatically renew at the regular charge of $10.99/month. If you don’t want to continue after your free trial, simply cancel your membership in your account settings before your first month is up! (There’s a simple button to click to cancel.)

Go here to get a FREE month of Pure Flix!

If you’ve signed up for Pure Flix, I’d love to hear your thoughts on it and which movies/shows your family has especially loved or would recommend.

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  • Carol says:

    Pure Flix is definitely a good alternative to Netflix if you’re looking for clean and wholesome shows/movies, many with Christian themes. That Coffee Shop movie is really cute, and there are plenty of other good, clean movies. Like A Country Song is another good one. I’m a Hallmark girl myself (I guess I like their brand of “cheese”) so I’m pretty happy with Hallmark Movies Now and Sling TV which includes Hallmark. We got rid of Netflix because the content wasn’t worth it and besides, we have access to Amazon Prime TV and movies – more than enough options! If our kids were younger, I think Pure Flix would offer more value because they do have a ton of wholesome children’s shows + family movies.

  • Michelle Murphy says:

    I was and still am sadly disappointed with it. It is sold as Christian but really isn’t. Probably a better title for their service is Decent Flix. I wouldn’t say family. Quite a few movies contain bad language and questionable content for small children. It isn’t all Christian movies either. Sadly some of my favorite Christian series etc aren’t included in their service. So many of the movies are super cheesy. Hard to find a decent series that is good quality filming. I think they do however have a great selection of no name Christian movies. Just disappointed that the ones I’m familiar with aren’t offered.

    • Were the movies with language in them in the adult section or kids’ section? I noticed that they had some movies in the adult section with adult themes, but they were very clear what they had in them and had warnings that they weren’t for kids. From everything I looked at, it appeared all of the kids’ movies were very safe and didn’t have any sort of language in them.

      And yes, it’s not all Christian movies; my apologies if we posted something somewhere that made you think they were all Christian.

      The good news? It’s completely free to try out! Hopefully, you didn’t pay anything for it.

      Thanks so much for sharing your honest opinion.

    • Chris says:

      I love to check out kids-in-mind before watching movies. Our family is extremely particular with what we watch and I love these reviews. You can also google parents guides for a particular movie.

      • Dee says:

        Yes! I check kids in mind before we watch anything…even comes in handy for adults! Paired up with vidangel, I create my own “pureflix” lol.

    • Kimberly says:

      I agree with Michelle… Some of the programming for kids has stuff we work hard to protect our children from. Very disappointing.

      However, for adults we can highly recommend “Sue Thomas, FB Eye.” True story about a phenomenal way God used a Christian woman to help many, many people. Lots of comedy, too. Fantastic writing, acting, editing, directing, themes, and more.

      (Caution: The third/final season has some darker/creepier content than the first two.)

  • Kimberly says:

    Forgot to say:

    You’re right, Crystal–there’s SO much great content for Christian homeschoolers!

    • I’m sorry that you are disappointed in some of the content. I haven’t watched everything, by any means… but I hadn’t seen anything concerning in anything we looked out. However, like always, I encourage all parents to do their own research and be careful to check things out because each family and child is different. It sounds like you’re doing a GREAT job of that!

  • Nancy says:

    I would like to know if they have Marvel movies?

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