AMC Theatres To Test Monthly Subscription Packages To Lure Moviegoers

AMC Theatres To Test Monthly Subscription Packages To Lure Moviegoers

We first told you about MoviePass — a subscription service that gives you access to a movie a day for a set monthly rate — more than three years ago. And while the service has managed to evolve and stick around, it hasn’t been able to convince the major theater chains to partner with it. But now MoviePass and AMC, the country’s second-largest theater operator, have announced a plan to test the service to see if people are willing to pay $35-45/month for regular trips to the cinema. [More]

MoviePass Delays Pilot Program After Theater Chains Decline To Participate

MoviePass Delays Pilot Program After Theater Chains Decline To Participate

If you’re a heavy moviegoer who dreamed of taking part in the MoviePass $50 monthly all-you-can-watch service, keep dreaming. After AMC and Landmark Theatres decided not to participate, the service’s planned beta test this weekend has been put on hold. [More]

Would You Pay $50 A Month To Watch All The Movies In Theaters You Want?

Would You Pay $50 A Month To Watch All The Movies In Theaters You Want?

MoviePass is a new in-beta service that lets movie buffs watch as many movies in theaters as they want for $50 a month. [More]