Finding a family-friendly movie that everyone will enjoy can be a major challenge these days. Fortunately for concerned parents, there is a solution. Pure Flix is an entertainment service with a faith-filled mission, and it is both safe and enjoyable for kids and adults alike.
It wasn’t all that long ago that any time a movie came out of Hollywood — it didn’t matter whether you were five years old or 95 years old — that movie was a safe movie to go to,” said Greg Gudorf, the CEO of Pure Flix Digital.
As Hollywood started to run with less savory content full of violence, inappropriate language, and sex, it left a gap, explained Gudorf. Pure Flix fills that void.
“People wanted to bring something they could trust into their home in the form of a video service, and that’s what we started paying attention to,” he said.
Unlike other entertainment services, Pure Flix meets the needs of consumers beyond entertainment. In addition to television shows and movies, Pure Flix provides educational services.
“We found a whole area of resonance with consumers who home-school, and in that space the content they want is content that supplements their home-school curriculums,” explained Gudorf.
To Gudorf, his company is much more than a business. He considers it to be a positive mission.
He told LifeZette, “Consumers [send] us notes that say, ‘I’m so thankful you’re here. I’m so glad there’s an alternative. I’ve been waiting for this – I’ve loved your movies, now I can watch them at home. This makes all the difference for my family, this works for my kids.’ Those kinds of comments – they just hit the heart. They pull on the heartstrings.”
In today’s digital world, there are many options when it comes to bringing television and movies into your home. At the same time, the rise in the cost of living has outpaced income growth, so many people are looking for ways to save money. Rather than spend your hard-earned cash on entertainment services your kids can’t safely watch, why not try a family-friendly entertainment source like Pure Flix?