MoviePass Stories October 3
MoviePass Stories September 30
The polarizing movie subscription service MoviePass has found itself embroiled in yet another controversy. This time around, MoviePass is reactivating accounts canceled by users accounts without consent. The tactic was first reported by Engadget, and MoviePass is calling it a “test” for a select group of users.
MoviePass Stories August 16
MoviePass finds new way to limit remaining members with daily movie lineup restriction
In another erratic move, today MoviePass is letting customers know that it will begin limiting what movies will be available on a daily basis.
MoviePass Stories August 15
MoviePass faces lawsuits, delisting, as new plan goes live and latest losses revealed
CNBC reported earlier in the month that MoviePass would be changing its business model yet again, this time reverting to a $9.95/month fee, but now limiting subscribers to a maximum of three movies per month. That report turned out to be correct, and the new plan kicks in today – but not without a problem or four …
MoviePass Stories August 6
It’s a new week which naturally means MoviePass has a new business model. In an act that will either save it or be its grand finale, MoviePass announced today that it will revert to its $9.95/month plan, but limit customers to just three movies per month.
MoviePass Stories July 31
MoviePass hopes a price hike and limiting new movie access can save it
News broke last night that MoviePass was going to limit new major films like Mission Impossible 6, Christopher Robin, and The Meg. In a statement to employees, the company’s CEO also implied that the practice would continue on past these films. Today, MoviePass confirmed the plans will go forward as well as a 50% price bump starting sometime next month.