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Screaming Boy 29: What Happened to MoviePass?

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Join Jesse, Ronnie and special guest Mark Radulich as they ask the question...what happened, Movie Pass?? Questions all around as the guys tackle what was once the best movie ticket subscription around.

MoviePass, Inc. is an American subscription-based movie ticketing service owned by co-founder Stacy Spikes.

The service was launched in 2011 and allowed subscribers to purchase up to a movie ticket a day for a monthly fee. The service utilized a mobile app, where users check in to a theater and choose a movie and showtime, which resulted in the cost of the ticket being loaded to a prepaid debit card, which was used to purchase the ticket from the movie theater.

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