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A Trend We Can Agree With: Is Hollywood Breaking Up With Smoking on Screen?

By Marissa Mayer on Mar 2, 2022 12:04:05 PM

Actors looking to light up onscreen these days are in for some disappointment as movie studios appear to be working harder to enforce their longtime bans on promoting tobacco consumption in films.

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VINDINATION AFTERSHOW: Do You Trust Doris? (CAUTION: Episode 2 Spoilers Ahead!)

By Billy Hallowell on Sep 7, 2021 7:44:49 AM

Do you trust Doris? That's one of the key questions to emerge from episode two (season two) of "Vindication."


Pure Flix's Billy Hallowell and pastor and filmmaker Lucas Miles explore the themes, burning questions and other episodic elements on the second installment of the "VINDINATION Podcast Series!" Caution: spoilers ahead!

Listen to the podcast — and stream season two of "Vindication" right now on Pure Flix (new episodes release on Wednesdays):

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'Immoral': Actor Jim Caviezel Tackles 'Barbaric Christian Persecution'

By Billy Hallowell on Sep 1, 2020 5:29:13 AM

Actor Jim Caviezel, who burst on the Hollywood scene in 2004 with his iconic role as Jesus in “The Passion of the Christ,” is an outspoken Catholic who openly discusses his faith and devotion to God.

Topics: Movies Christianity
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Doctors Gave Him Almost No Chance of Survival—Now, He Stars in a Movie

By Billy Hallowell on Aug 26, 2020 8:03:15 AM

Doctors weren't sure if Luke Benjamin Bernard would make it after a serious car accident in 2013 left him near death. Bernard suffered a severe traumatic brain injury, blood clots on his brain, an emergency craniotomy and was ailing in the ICU amid a cloud of uncertainty.

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'Old Fashioned': A Christian Alternative to '50 Shades Darker'

By Sarah Hartland on Feb 10, 2017 7:00:00 AM

Parental Warning: While Pure Flix Insider always strives to be family-friendly, sometimes we do address topics that are aimed at more mature audiences. The following post may not be suitable for young readers.

The weekend before Valentine’s Day is a coveted time to release new films on the big screen. Often, the movies that end up there are R-rated, highly sexualized adult romances. One of the most infamous Valentine’s weekend releases is “50 Shades of Grey,” a film based on the bestselling novel of the same title.

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Michelle Morgan on Playing Lou in ‘Heartland’

By Justina Miller on Oct 20, 2016 7:00:00 AM

Canadian publication, North Shore News, recently interviewed Michelle Morgan, who plays Lou on the family TV series, “Heartland.” Morgan expressed her gratitude for the show’s multigenerational appeal. Now in its 10th season, there’s no doubt the show about the horse farm named Heartland has garnered a faithful following.

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Masey McLain on Playing the Lead Role in 'I’m Not Ashamed’

By Justina Miller on Oct 12, 2016 10:36:14 AM

On Monday, released an interview with Masey McLain, who plays the lead role in the upcoming Pure Flix film, “I’m Not Ashamed.” Opening in theaters October 21, “I’m Not Ashamed” tells the story of Rachel Joy Scott, the first victim of the 1999 Columbine shooting, where two gunman killed 13 people and themselves in Littleton, CO. The film is based on Rachel Joy Scott’s journals which portrayed a deep love for God and others.

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Kids Define What ‘Normal Behavior' Is by Age 3

By Editors on Sep 25, 2016 7:00:00 AM

It is often said that kids’ minds are like sponges, soaking up everything they see. Well, that old adage has been proven true in a study published by Psychological Science this month. The study proved that it is not actually adult instruction that informs a child’s perception of what is “normal” and what is not. Rather, children are promiscuous normativists, a term the study spelled out as: self-inferring what normal is.

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How to Avoid the Three Strikes of Faith Filmmaking

By Rick Bonn on Sep 24, 2016 12:00:00 AM

Reprinted from Rick Bonn, Head of Acquisitions & Development at Pure Flix Entertainment, from "Pure Flix Premieres Digital Originals (or 'How to Avoid the Three Strikes of Faith Filmmaking')" originally found here. 

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Abigail Duhon Releases First Single: "I'm Not Ashamed"

By Editors on Sep 6, 2016 3:12:45 PM

Pop Christian singer, Abigail Duhon, has released her first single as an artist on DREAM Records. The single is called "I'm Not Ashamed,” and it is the title track for the upcoming Pure Flix film with the same name. The film will be in theaters on October 21st, and tells the inspiring story of Rachel Scott, who died for her faith in the 1999 Columbine shootings in Colorado.

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God Still Works Miracles Today, Here's Proof

By Editors on Aug 31, 2016 3:32:05 PM

A recent Pew Research study found that half of all Americans have left church and stopped believing in God. The reasons why vary, but they include people saying they just don’t believe, they don’t like organized religion, or common sense and a lack of miracles disprove God.  

Topics: Movies Christianity Prayer
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Woodlawn's Real Tony Nathan Speaks on Race & Giving It All to God

By Justina Miller on Jul 30, 2016 9:00:13 AM

It wasn’t until 1971 that Birmingham’s Woodlawn High School finally desegregated. While many students, teachers and faculty did not welcome the transition, the football team was the first to reconcile their differences. This short interview from CBN’s The 700 Club features Tony Nathan or “Touchdown Tony,” who was only a freshman when Woodlawn desegregated. Nathan was on the football team and was not only instrumental in the team’s success on the field, but also one of the first to practice peace in an environment inundated with racism. By their example, the Woodlawn football team generated a change in their school and eventually in the whole city of Birmingham. These incredible events inspired the movie, “Woodlawn,” starring Caleb Castille, Sean Astin, and Nic Bishop.

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Building Healthier TV Habits with Community and Uplifting Content

By Justina Miller on May 28, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Streaming TV episodes online is like opening a bag of chips - one is just never enough. TV episodes play back to back, and before you know it, you’re half-way through a season. A recent Business Insider article noted the cringeworthy truth that Americans spend more time watching Netflix than they spend hanging out with friends, exercising, and reading, combined. How do we stop this binge watching trend before it starts in our families, or if it’s already begun, how do we escape the vortex of incalculable hours of TV streaming into our homes? 

Topics: Movies Faith Relationships
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Bull's Eye: 'The Pistol' Ushers in March Madness

By Dave Migdal on Mar 19, 2016 4:24:00 PM

With March Madness right around the corner, our thoughts turn to basketball and all the associated drama, inspiration and surprises.

For the uninitiated, March Madness is the unofficial name for the NCAA Division I men’s college basketball tournament. It’s a time when the top 68 teams from all over the country vie for the coveted championship.

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Nations Leading in Christian Persecution

By Dave Migdal on Mar 9, 2016 9:00:00 PM

A new report from a U.S. organization finds that Muslim nations are the most dangerous places for Christians to live because of continued persecution.

According to the Open Doors World Watch List report, North Korea was ranked number one as the worse place in terms of Christian persecution, but it’s the only non-Muslim country in the top 10. The second to ninth spots are occupied by countries where Islam is the dominant religion.

Topics: Movies Christianity News
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Christian-Themed Resort Proposed in San Diego

By Dave Migdal on Jan 27, 2016 6:30:00 AM

A Christian-themed resort—featuring a biblical museum, a domed cinema capable of simulating wind, snow and fog, and a 20-foot-high replica of Jerusalem’s Western Wall--is under discussion in San Diego.

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