MoviePass

With the use of location based mobile technologies the user will have the ability to check into their movie theater of choice and share their movie going experiences with their peers through their favorite social networks. The user will also have the ability to rate each movie and theater experience after the film. MoviePass is the the nation’s premier movie theater subscription service, providing film enthusiasts the ability to attend unlimited movies. Founded by leading technology and entertainment entrepreneurs Stacy Spikes and Hamet Watt, MoviePass is backed by major investors including AOL Ventures, True Ventures, Lambert Media, Moxie Pictures, Brian Lee, Diego Berdakin, MJ Eng, Ryan Steelberg and Adam Lilling. Launched in 2010, the company is headquartered in New York.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
New York, US
Founded
2010
Size (employees)
23 (est)+10%
MoviePass was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in New York, US

Key People/Management at MoviePass

Stacy Spikes

Stacy Spikes

CEO/President
Hamet Watt

Hamet Watt

Co-founder

MoviePass Office Locations

MoviePass has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
670 Broadway St

MoviePass Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

MoviePass's latest funding round in September 2014 was reported to be $2.2 m. In total, MoviePass has raised $3.7 m

MoviePass Operating Metrics

Sep, 2017

Paying Customers

300 k
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MoviePass's Web-traffic and Trends

MoviePass Online and Social Media Presence

MoviePass News and Updates

MoviePass Drops Rates Even More – But Can It Make Money?

The all-you-can watch service is a steal for consumers – and a longshot as a business.

MoviePass drops pricing to under $7 per month, if you opt for the annual plan

 MoviePass, the subscription service that lets consumers pay a monthly fee to see unlimited movies in theaters across the U.S., is slashing its prices yet again. The company announced today it’s now offering its service for $6.95 per month, down from the current price of $9.95 per month, when custom…

MoviePass cuts prices to get subscribers, is then overwhelmed by too many subscribers

When MoviePass drastically dropped its prices in August, the company expected some growing numbers. What it didn't expect was jumping quickly from 20,000 subscribers to 150,000—and in a matter of days, to 400,000. That dramatic increase was more than anyone at MoviePass bargained for, and led to a…

We tried the $10-a-month movie theater service MoviePass — and it's more trouble than we expected

MoviePass recently announced it would slash the price of its all-you-can-watch movie buffet to a mere $9.95 a month. The service allows users to see up to one movie per day, excluding premium formats like IMAX and 3D. We decided to sign up and find out if the service is too good to be true. We exper…

Everything you ever wanted to know about MoviePass, the $10 a month service that lets you see one movie per day in theaters

Though MoviePass has been around since 2011, it didn't break into the mainstream until Tuesday. That's because the company announced it would slash the price of its all-you-can-watch movie buffet to a mere $9.95 a month.  As someone who has been a MoviePass subscriber for the better part of the past…

Here's an easy way to check which theaters in your area work with MoviePass's $10-a-month movie theater subscription

With the announcement that it would be slashing its prices to $10-a-month, MoviePass suddenly turned its subscription into a hot commodity. The service, which allows members to go to one movie a day in theaters, has seen its popularity skyrocket thanks to its new rock-bottom price.  But for some, pa…
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MoviePass Company Life and Culture

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