‘Nothing Is Impossible’ Among Family and Faith Streaming Titles Hitting Pure Flix in October

Christian streaming service Pure Flix continues to add original and classic content to its site in October with the release of “Nothing Is Impossible” starring David AR White (“Gods’ Not Dead”), Scott Beck (“Love on the Rock” , “God’s Not Dead”, “Revelation Road”), Nadia Bjorlin, Ryan Aikens (“Days of Our Lives”), Harry Lennix and Coach Russell Banks (“The Blacklist”, “Justice League”, “Transformers”, ” Batman v Superman”). The film, a romance about a man who gets a second chance at love, will be released on October 6.

Image of “Nothing is impossible” courtesy of Pure Flix.

With new premium and exclusive original entertainment options every week, the Pure Flix streaming service has the largest variety of high-quality, curated, positive, uplifting and healthy movies, series and children’s content in one service. Pure Flix is ​​a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Pictures Entertainment, building on Sony’s world-class technology and partnering with the storytelling strength of AFFIRM Films.

Additional titles on Pure Flix in October:

“Legacy Peak” – Now available

To emit: Lucas Black (“Sling Blade”, “Fast and Furious Tokyo Drift”), Todd Terry (“Breaking Bad”, “Better Call Saul”), Ina Barron (“Grey’s Anatomy”, “Bones”), Kyleigh M. Bakker( “Stronger For This”, “Weird Friends”), Roman Engle

Synopsis: Jason wants nothing more than to make his girlfriend’s kids like him. But when a perfectly planned trip to a mountain cabin falls apart, the resulting adventure could pull them apart or bring them closer than they ever imagined. Together they will discover how to trust again and what it means to be a family.

“The remaining”

To emit: Alexa PenaVega, Johnny Pacar, Shaun Sipos, Bryan Dechart, Liz E. Morgan, Italia Ricci, John Pyper-Ferguson

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Synopsis: “The Remaining” is an action-packed supernatural thriller that tackles questions of life, love, and belief in an apocalyptic setting.

“Small Group” – available October 23

To emit: Sterling Hurst, Emily Dunlop, Matt Chastain, Derrick Gilliam, James Cole

Synopsis: Documentary filmmaker R. Scott Cooper, on a mission to expose the dark side of Christian culture, infiltrates a small group.

“Blue Moon Ball” – available October 1

To emit: Ashley Newbrough, Eric Lutz, Leah NH Philpott, Lisa Long, William Knight, John Nicholson

Synopsis: To save her beloved ballroom from demolition, Grace, a loveless romance writer, must regain her passion for writing and believe in true love.

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