Foul Language Filters

Some films listed on CFDb have some foul language in them!

We ONLY list these films because they can be watched with a filter!

We recommend these Foul Language Filter Systems!

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Three Ways to Rid Your TV of Foul Language, Entertainment choices for the whole family!

Are You Offended by Foul Language and Sexual References on TV? You’re not alone! Time Magazine reports 59% of Americans feel there is too much offensive language on TV.

Here are three things you can do to protect you family from foul language on TV:

1. Eliminate the Offender! Many families have benefited from limiting TV viewing to family nights only… or taking a week or month off from TV… or even getting rid of TV altogether. Families in pre-TV days had more time for God and for each other, and it can be wonderfully refreshing to return to those days, even if only for a season.

2. Find Family-Friendly Shows. Many websites offer movie reviews for families and special recommendations for programs the whole family can enjoy together. Christian Film Database has Film Reviews listed with each film listed on CFDb.

3. Get a Profanity-Filter for Your TV.

1. ClearPlay is a all in one player. You set content preferences based on your family values. ClearPlay Smart Parental Controls then filter out the images and dialogue you don’t want in the movies and TV shows you own or rent. They now have some streaming movies included as well. You can read more here… ClearPlay TV is a double-edged sword, with content that can be a curse or a blessing. We hope these tips help you turn it into a blessing!

2. TVGuardian it’s a tiny box you connect to your TV and it automatically filters out foul language. It even mutes profane references to the Deity. This option works well for those who want to watch TV shows and movies without having to be surprised by foul language.

I urge you: If you don’t already have a profanity filter for your TV, get one for your home today!  You control what your family does – and doesn’t – see so everyone can enjoy worry-free family time.

3. VidAngel – Protect your family from swearing, violence and nudity in streaming movie rentals.


ClearPlay – Foul Filter System DVD Player!

TvGuardian – Foul Language Filter!


Please be advised that this does not work for Netflix Streaming!

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 ClearPlay has settings for Vulgarity, Nudity, Substance Abuse, Sensuality, Violence, and more..


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  1. K. Clark says
    01 September 13, 10:38am

    Questions on Clear Play…Does it work with Netflix ? Work with all DVD players? We tried TV Guardian and after working/playing with it for several days found out it would not work with our particular dish cable box: VIP 722K. Thanks for your input.

  2. Annelie says
    01 September 13, 1:53pm

    Clearplay doesn’t work with Netflix streaming. You have to purchase the Clearplay DVD player and then download on a flash drive. It does not work all movies and it has to be the original or generic movie (not a special DVD). For that it would work for Netflix as long as it’s the standard DVD.

    I hope you were able to return the TV Guardian if it didn’t work with your cable box. Did you contact them? Maybe there is a way to make it work?


  3. Sherry Ann says
    17 November 13, 6:02pm

    Hi! Is there anything that works with a Smart Tv? We would love to have the clear play operation in something that could filter through our latest technology system!!
    We use to have TV Guardian, it was great, but we don’t ‘rent’ DVDs with the new streaming options.

    Love it if there was!!!
    Sherry Ann

  4. CFDb says
    18 November 13, 10:31am

    I don’t know of anything right now, sorry.

    We use both systems and it still does not work for many films. I hope someone else here can help with this comment, please post if you have more info.

    I will post this on Facebook and Twitter and see if we get any info for ya. :)


  5. Paula says
    18 November 13, 6:03pm

    I guess I should ask– is there something I can download on my computer to block the sex, violence and foul language, I let children watch movies on my computer.

  6. carl says
    14 July 14, 2:39pm

    we have 3 different TVG’s 2) using RCA connectors 1) using HDMI .1) that use’s RCA connectors is the older style from 10 year’s or so ago,does not work at all.tthe other is the latest and greatest ,it works BUT take out at least two sentences.the 501 i feel if i taped a dime to it and chunked it in the trash i could say i lost something.most hook up’s are just dump luck if you get them to work out of the box.can’t find people that know how to hook up/set up unit’s..customer service from TVG is a JOKE.the only way to talk to them is by e-mail.the one’s i have “talked”to don’t have a clue.we found/brought our !st. TVG around 1998,out of the box,hook up and took out the WORD not the whole sentence.CC changed the word not blanked the whole i guess what i’am saying is ‘buyer beware’.were do we complain?? who do we complain too??

  7. Annelie says
    14 July 14, 5:41pm

    Here is the support page- – I think the best way to try and get their attention is to post on their FB or Twitter page. I know a lot of companies follow their social media closely and maybe you’ll get some good response that way. Sorry Carl that you had that trouble. That is disappointing.


  8. Lena says
    27 January 15, 9:55pm

    We have a 3D bluray player. Are we able to use clearplay with that?

  9. Annelie says
    28 January 15, 8:52am

    Clearplay has it’s own player. You may have to ask them to be sure. I believe they have a Blu-ray DVD player available now.


  10. Jonathan says
    05 October 15, 10:05am

    First and foremost, thanks so much for taking the time on this Web site. CFDb is very helpful. Is anyone else just flabbergasted that — with ALL the technological advances out there in HDTVs and players — we have not been able to solve the problem of profanity and vulgarity filters on our movies and television? Think how easy it would be for the movie industry to simply add this option to your movie purchase under the disc’s settings. I would actually pay more for a disc that would allow me to do that. For me, I’m looking for a better solution than hardware or software that charges an ongoing fee, or spending $200+ for a filter that cuts only offensive language (most of the time). Sorry if this seems rough, but I’m frustrated with the ever-growing list of movies that seem like great premises, but are bombarded with inappropriate…well, everything.

    Okay…I vented to clearly like-minded people…So here’s my question: Does anyone know of a Windows-based video player that allows for (at least) language filtering?

    Thanks so much for your help and letting me vent.

  11. Annelie says
    05 October 15, 10:54am

    Great idea Jonathan – maybe someone does know of something like that. I haven’t heard of it. I would love it if they would just keep it out of the movies so we don’t have filter it. Wouldn’t that be fabulous!

  12. Jill says
    23 October 15, 10:34pm

    Thank you so much! We used VidAngel this past week to watch Back to the Future movies & had a really good experience.

  13. Vern says
    29 October 15, 7:36pm

    I am starting to see an increase in good, faith building movies, and also an increase in movies with profanity, sexual content, drinking and drug use, graphic violence, and the like. I love that there are some options for people who don’t want to view that type of content.
    I wish that there was some choice, but it clearly seems that Hollywood is determined to make us watch their movies their way. Until some other tech finds a different channel, we may have to decide where the line is (for each of us as individuals). I wish Hollywood had a facebook page so I could tell them how I feel about that type of content.

  14. Paul says
    18 November 15, 11:38am

    Let’s remember that the collective known as Hollywood is almost entirely opposed to Christianity and anyone who evidences the fruits of the Holy Spirit. It cannot comprehend why anyone would want to see anything that is not anti-God, violent, crude, debased, and evil, so why make movies no one will pay to see? They allow Satan to deceive them into believing that ALL people are like THEM! They are willfully ignorant of the tremendous success of the few decent movies that have been made over the last 100 years or so. They are willing to put out trash that generally makes little profit, and ignore the highly profitable clean movies, because they know they have sinned and want to avoid punishment by creating an environment where there is no God who will judge and punish.

    Here’s hoping Christian film makers can find enough traction in the entertainment industry to focus on high-quality films and TV programs. Christians should make every effort to show their appreciation for good films by attending them and by thanking the producers and networks who show them.

  15. Paul says
    18 November 15, 11:45am

    “Awaiting moderation” seems to imply that strong opposition to forces of evil is not tolerated on this site. If this is true, then I doubt that any of the foul language filters would really accomplish their stated goals.

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