Mormon Flix: LDS Movies

by Larry Richman on August 27, 2013

mormon-flixMormon Flix (MormonFlix.com) has LDS movies to watch online for free, then purchase if you like them.

Mormon Flix chooses movies that make you laugh, inspire, and give you a nice feeling after you watch them. They have compiled a list of every movie they could find so that you don’t have to search the Internet to find them.

The movies are not available to download, but you can watch them and then if you like them, you can buy them at the MormonFlix store on Amazon. They currently have dozens of movies available to watch.

You can also listen to free LDS music on the site.

Check out the MormonFlix Facebook page.

 

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Dan Jones August 27, 2013 at 9:53 am

This seems questionable. To watch them, they’re embedding them from YouTube.

E.g., to watch “The Singles Ward” it embeds this YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80dgc8yF1cw
I doubt HaleStorm Entertainment gave Mari Rocha permission to upload their movie. I’m pretty sure this is copyright infringement.

John August 27, 2013 at 2:27 pm

I think it is mostly so that people can go to the site and watch LDS films without going to YouTube and seeing all that ANTI-LDS videos in the side bar. Sure there are other movies on there that may be a little in the grey area, but these are 10 year old movies or more. They should be happy that their site is getting attention at all. Besides, you can’t download anything on the site. Watch them and then buy it if you feel guilty. Hope that the site stays up for a while!

Drew August 28, 2013 at 10:39 am

This is undeniably copyright infringement. I’ve verified with Halestorm Entertainment. They are now taking action against this and similar illegal web sites. If they had purchased rights to host the videos, that would have been the right course of action, but what they’ve done just isn’t right.

John August 28, 2013 at 3:20 pm

I don’t know about you Drew, but I have watched PLENTY of LDS movies that were really bad and regretted buying them. That is why I like MormonFlix. It gives me the chance to watch the movie and then buy it. Plus, if the producers have problems, they should take it up with YouTube and not the site that is embedding. It gives them the chance to watch it before they buy it. I have purchased my copies of the movies that I watched, others should too. Sites like MormonFlix are just putting on videos that have a LDS theme so that people don’t get that Anti-stuff on the sidebar.

Michael August 28, 2013 at 5:19 pm

Yeah man! Finally a site where I can go without having to go through the countless videos of youTube! Thanks MormonFlix!

Dan Jones August 30, 2013 at 7:48 am

If it’s on YouTube (and all these videos are hosted on YouTube), it can be downloaded. There are TONS of methods for downloading videos from YouTube.

And I’m sure they’re taking it up with YouTube as well.

Daz December 21, 2013 at 7:19 am

10 year old movies my foot John. How is Ephraims rescue on there when the full version isn’t anywhere to be found on You tube. Major copyright infringement and I hope they get what’s coming to them. And as for the MormonFlix Amazon site? how can you legally sell something that does not belong to you? coz my bet is the distributors/producers are not seeing a cent from this so called Amazon store. This is criminal piracy at its worst. And from supposedly LDS people??? DO NOT SUPPORT THIS SITE.

Michael December 26, 2013 at 7:43 pm

Apparently Daz you don’t see what the point is with the site. As for the Amazon site, it is not illegal to sell movies if you have an affiliate account. The producers already saw the money for the movie. Don’t you know that? Nothing is going to happen to Mormonflix because they are doing nothing wrong. SUPPORT THIS SITE because it is a way to enjoy the classics, the newer films, and the music for free. They are embeded from other sites…..so, there is nothing Mormonflix is doing wrong. I support this site and anyone who doesn’t is just lying to themselves. :P

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