MOVIEPASS IS EFFECTIVELY DEAD AND WILL SHUT DOWN SEPTEMBER 14

If you're still a Movie Pass subscriber for some reason, it appears tonight is your last chance to use the service. In an "I hope no one notices" late Friday press release, the company announced it "would be interrupting the MoviePass service for all its subscribers effective September 14, 2019," and it is "unable to predict if or when the MoviePass service will continue." It's one of the most dramatic tech flops in recent memory. Once upon a ti...

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