Regal Cinemas releases its own movie subscription, which will allow filmmakers to watch an unlimited number of films. The price will range from $ 18 to $ 23.50 per month, depending on the theater location. Called Regal Unlimited, the details were posted on the Theatre Channel website today and the service will be released in less than a week, according to Deadline .
Subscription plans are differentiated based on theatrical locations, viewers in larger cities like Los Angeles and New York must subscribe to Regal Unlimited All Access plan to find theaters involved in the service. The service will work through the Regal Cinemas app on iOS and Android, where users can book their tickets.
There is a $ 0.50 convenience fee for each movie you book through the app, and extra fees apply to special features such as 4DX, IMAX, 3D, marathon and dual features. But it also includes discounts at the concession stand, no interruption dates, and less likely to be hiccups and abnormalities than MoviePass's malicious service that is modeled afterwards.
When MoviePass is shut down indefinitely, Regal joins the list of other subscription services that still offer monthly fee discounts including AMC Stubs A-List and Cinemark Movie Club. You can compare the prices of alternatives and find a plan that works for you here.