Pure Magic Pictures a new independent streaming service that offers artist-led exclusive original films and TV shows, launched today on all major devices.
“Most streaming platforms are owned by huge companies with an endless scroll of content. We are different. We’re just a couple of directors making movies and TV shows straight from the heart,” says Kalani Hubbard, Founder and Director at Pure Magic Pictures, “It’s our mission to create high-quality entertainment that all comes from the same DNA – so if you like one title, chances are, you’d like the others.”
Pure Magic Pictures is a “mom and pop streaming shop” That is aiming to deliver crisp high production value content while allowing the artists to deliver their vision in a unique way.
The company does not offer thousands of titles at launch. Its goal is to offer compelling content that is good enough that they hope that “If you like one thing, you’re bound to like the rest”
But Pure Magic Pictures isn’t here to replace the big streaming platforms. In fact, it isn’t even trying to compete with the likes of Netflix, Hulu, Paramount+, Disney+ (the list goes on). Pure Magic Pictures is its own film studio with a unique and cohesive voice and style. “We make what we want to watch, and bet you’ll want to watch it too!” says Stefanie Hubbard, co-founder of Pure Magic Pictures.
The subscriptions (either billed monthly or yearly) allow access to all the exclusive shows and movies, worldwide, without any ads, ever. Pure Magic Pictures delivers high-quality entertainment, without any distractions, and without unnecessary clutter in its catalog.
Features and benefits of Pure Magic Pictures include:
- Original entertainment, movies shows you can’t get anywhere else
- Pure Magic Pictures explicitly commits to never advertising on the platform.
Pure Magic Pictures is now available worldwide, with subscriptions priced at $8.99 per month, or $89.99 per year.
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