Pure Flix - Christian Alternative to Netflix

June 8th, 2015

Ever since Netflix Instant Play rose to popularity, Christians have been looking for a similar service, featuring Christian films and a variety of wholesome entertainment. While Netflix does have some options, such as God's Not Dead, and the new exclusive series Veggietales in the House, the selection is still pretty limited. There have been a few other services that we've mentioned from time to time, and today we're letting you know about a new one releasing from Pure Flix, one of the biggest names in the Christian film industry right now.

With a design and UI very similar to Netflix, it would seem they're attempting to give Christians an option to directly compete with Netflix. The service is priced at $7.99/month, and will allow you to watch on a computer, on Android phones, or Roku. Some of the titles available for instant online streaming include:

-Old Fashioned

-Pirate's Code

-Dancer and the Dame

-Sarah's Choice

-What If...

-One Hit from Home

-Finding Normal

-The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry

-Kingdom Under the Sea

These are just a few of the titles, and if you want to find out more for yourself, you can visit www.PureFlix.com. What do you think about this? Will you be subscribing to this service? As always, be sure to let us know what your thoughts are in the comments below!

13 Comments

I tried to speak with pure flick billing department because they build my credit card twice for the monthly bill. They did this two months in a row. When you call customer service they will not transfer you to billing they just send a message to The billing department and then billing emails you. We went through this process the first month they double billed me and I never saw a refund. When they double billed me again I was so frustrated because again they would not allow me to speak with the billing department. They kept saying the billing department would call me.

Do you mail DVD like Netflix?

Registration name: Maxine Lucas maxinelcs@yahoo.com

Tuesday, September 13, 2016, I signed up for my free trial, after watching the trailer on Facebook that I streamed thru my chromecast device.

1. I gave my credit card information.

2. I have tried to watch movies but they aren't steaming to my TV.

3. I have a flat screen TV with HDMI and a chrome caster attached to the HDMI.

4. I have an IPhone 5c and loaded the app on my phone.

5. All I get is your Pureflex blue and white logo on my TV.

Youncan also use Chrome cast to broadcast to tv.

Is there a way to fast forward during the movie. I had to stop my movie then when I hit play it started over again! This is on my kindle and I don't see a way to pick it up where I stopped it. Please help!

I have Netflix already and would like to see some of the movies from Pureflix as well. Is there some type of discount if I subscribe to both?

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Unfortunately, not at this time as they're both owned by different companies. We'll hope that will be the case someday!

When will the app be added to Apple TV?

When is this service going to be available in the UK, seems like a great idea to me!

Can be done via google chromecast dongle and the Chrome browser no problem.

I have been a paid subscriber to them from long before they were pureflix. Sadly recently their HD movies have begun to be interrupted every 10 to 15 minutes and then completely stop playing. When they play, their audio is very hard to pick up. I use same 4K TV with Roku 3 to connect to netflix and amazon prime with great video and audio.

From what I read here on this page you do not offer your movies to on line streaming to television? is tis correct

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Hi Don,

It appears you can stream to your television if you have a Roku box, or possibly an Apple TV? You can find out more on their website www.pureflix.com.

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