The disastrous app has only been gone for a few days, but the former head is already trying to bring it back.
The movie-watching subscription service is shutting down its services on September 14, according to a news wire press release.
The company, which claims it's coming back, just took its service offline during one of the biggest movie weekends of the year.
PreShow uses facial-recognition tech to constantly monitor you during 20 minutes of advertising—and if you look away, it pauses automatically.
"MoviePass has made me the number-one customer at my local Regal, and put me on a first-name basis with the staff, who I consider my second family."
The discount movie ticket app has been changing its terms every other month this year.
The financially strapped company has been updating its terms of service regularly over the past six months.
Even after a week of devastating press, a price hike, and new restrictions on users, the app is hanging on, and it remains a pretty good deal.
The beleaguered company has been updating its terms like it’s changing its Tinder pic.
The company announced a hike in its subscription fee to roughly $15 a month.
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