HMNY - Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc.

Other OTC - Other OTC Delayed Price. Currency in USD
0.0093
0.0000 (0.00%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT
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Previous Close0.0093
Open0.0013
Bid0.0000 x 27000
Ask0.0000 x 800
Day's Range0.0021 - 0.0044
52 Week Range0.0011 - 0.0530
Volume147,357,236
Avg. Volume16,622,074
Market Cap18.614M
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.29
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-1.7680
Earnings DateOct 11, 2019 - Oct 21, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2014-02-13
1y Target Est3,000.00
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  • Benzinga

    Too Good To Be True: The Rise And Fall Of MoviePass

    After a wild eight-year ride, Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc (OTC: HMNY) officially shut down its subscription movie theater service MoviePass last weekend. In a matter of years, MoviePass went from an unknown startup to a major disruptive force to a financial albatross for parent company Helios. MoviePass launched back in 2011, charging early customers $40 per month to see one movie per day of the subscriber’s choice at any theater.

  • MoviePass is shutting down — here’s how the remaining movie-ticket subscription plans compare
    MarketWatch

    MoviePass is shutting down — here’s how the remaining movie-ticket subscription plans compare

    After struggling for months, MoviePass has finally been shut down. MoviePass’ parent company, Helios & Matheson Analytics (HMNY) , announced late last week that the movie-ticket subscription service would be shuttered as of Saturday. Before Helios & Matheson acquired it roughly two years ago, MoviePass had just 20,000 subscribers.

  • MarketWatch

    MoviePass owner gets a bid from Ted Farnsworth, who was chief executive

    Financier Ted Farnsworth said he has submitted an undisclosed offer to purchase the assets of Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. including MoviePass Inc. Farnsworth has stepped down from his roles as chairman and CEO of Helios and Matheson, and from his position on the board. "I believe there is great unrealized value in MoviePass and we want to rebuild and make sure it reaches its full potential," said Farnsworth in a statement. MoviePass shut down on Saturday.

  • Barrons.com

    The Era of Moviepass is Over — Here Are the Subscription Options That Remain

    After struggling for months, MoviePass has finally been shut down. MoviePass’ parent company, (HMNY) (ticker: HMNY) announced late last week that the movie-ticket subscription service would be shuttered as of Saturday. Before Helios & Matheson acquired it roughly two years ago, MoviePass had just 20,000 subscribers.

  • Zacks

    MoviePass: A Cautionary Tale?

    MoviePass had all the workings of a genius tech start-up but was unable to execute its business model effectively. What does this mean for other unprofitable public companies?

  • MoviePass pronounced dead on Friday the 13th, with little hope for a sequel
    MarketWatch

    MoviePass pronounced dead on Friday the 13th, with little hope for a sequel

    Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc., the corporate parent of MoviePass, announced Friday afternoon that it would shutter the service as of Saturday. The company’s board is reviewing options, including selling the entire business or just MoviePass.

  • MoviePass Owners Put Shuttered Service Up for Sale, Ending Drama
    Bloomberg

    MoviePass Owners Put Shuttered Service Up for Sale, Ending Drama

    (Bloomberg) -- It looks like the curtain has fallen for good on MoviePass.Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc., owner of the pioneering movie-theater subscription service, is considering a sale and other options after suspending its operations two months ago. A board committee will “identify, review and explore all strategic and financial alternatives,” including a sale of MoviePass and Moviefone, the company said Friday.The announcement brings to a close a two-year saga that shook the cinema industry with a monthly subscription that offered unlimited moviegoing for one low price. Led by penny stock investor Ted Farnsworth and former Netflix executive Mitch Lowe, MoviePass was unable to keep up with the demand it created with its $10-a-month plan or profitably offer a service that effectively subsidized moviegoing. Still MoviePass helped boost attendance, and theater owners across the country took notice.“The company is unable to predict if or when the MoviePass service will continue,” Helios said.The service spurred leaders like AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. to offer their own subscriptions, while MoviePass’s precarious finances forced the service to continually cut back and find ways to stay afloat. The July shutdown was called an effort to revamp its app and recapitalize.Farnsworth has a string of ventures behind him, from psychic phone lines to energy drinks, some of which lost all their value. At one point, Helios shares advanced 1,151%. Today it trades below a penny.The company is being investigated by the New York Attorney General for securities fraud and faces class action lawsuits.To contact the reporter on this story: Anousha Sakoui in los angeles at asakoui@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Nick Turner at nturner7@bloomberg.net, Rob GolumFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Business Wire

    Board of Directors of Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. Forms Strategic Review Committee

    Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (the “Company” or “HMNY”) today announced that its board of directors has formed a strategic review committee (the “Committee”), composed entirely of the Company’s independent directors, to identify, review and explore all strategic and financial alternatives for the Company, including a sale of the Company in its entirety, a sale of substantially all of the Company’s assets including MoviePass™, Moviefone™ and MoviePass Films™, a business reorganization or one or more other extraordinary corporate transactions, together with the assumption or settlement of the Company’s liabilities in connection with any of these alternatives. The Company requests that all bona fide transaction proposals and expressions of interest be directed to the Committee at SRC@hmny.com.

  • TheStreet.com

    MoviePass to Shut Down on Sept. 14

    Efforts to recapitalize the provider of tickets to multiple movies for monthly fees have failed, the parent said.

  • Financial Times

    MoviePass shut down as company runs short of options

    The lights have been turned off on MoviePass, the once-heralded theatre subscription service. Parent company Helios & Matheson Analytics said on Friday that it will shut down MoviePass, possibly for good, beginning Saturday and will explore strategic alternatives, including a possible sale of the group in its entirety. The decision to close the service, which offered unlimited movie access for $9.95 per month, came as the company said “efforts to recapitalise MoviePass have not been successful to date”.

  • Companies to Watch: Toll Brothers reveals mixed quarter, Cree slides, movie studios battle over Spider-Man
    Yahoo Finance

    Companies to Watch: Toll Brothers reveals mixed quarter, Cree slides, movie studios battle over Spider-Man

    Toll Brothers, Cree, Alibaba, Disney, Sony and Helios and Matheson Analytics are the companies to watch.

  • MarketWatch

    Thousands of MoviePass customers have card data exposed: report

    Beleaguered movie ticket subscription company MoviePass Inc. recieved more bad news late Tuesday following a report that tens of thousands of customer bank card numbers were exposed. Over-the-counter shares of Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. , which owns MoviePass, closed up 18% at $0.002 Tuesday. One of MoviePass's databases was found to be not protected with a password by security researcher Mossab Hussein, according to TechCrunch. The database contained 161 million records at the time, but more than 58,000 contained customer card data, according to the report.

  • TheStreet.com

    What Is MoviePass and How Does It Work?

    MoviePass made a splash in 2017 with its outrageous deals to see unlimited movies in theaters. Keeping that original deal alive proved too tough to keep up, but does that mean it isn't worth it anymore?

  • Motley Fool

    AMC and Regal Put the Final Nail in MoviePass' Coffin

    The rollout of Regal Unlimited, a year after AMC Stubs A-List, seems to make Helios and Matheson's currently suspended MoviePass app obsolete.

  • Is This the End for MoviePass?
    Motley Fool

    Is This the End for MoviePass?

    Helios and Matheson's struggling multiplex buffet suspends its service, and it wouldn't be a surprise if it doesn't come back.

  • AMC Stubs A-List Is a Hit, but Not AMC Entertainment Stock
    Motley Fool

    AMC Stubs A-List Is a Hit, but Not AMC Entertainment Stock

    The leading movie chain's multiplex buffet is a hit for movie-hungry fans, but the stock has been cut in half since peaking late summer.

  • Can Anyone Catch Up to AMC Stubs A-List Now?
    Motley Fool

    Can Anyone Catch Up to AMC Stubs A-List Now?

    The leading movie chain's celluloid smorgasbord hit 800,000 members, and it seems unstoppable now.

  • Moviefone™ Announces the First Season of “THE MS. MOVIEFONE SHOW” Hosted by Grae Drake
    Business Wire

    Moviefone™ Announces the First Season of “THE MS. MOVIEFONE SHOW” Hosted by Grae Drake

    Moviefone™, the iconic media, news, and entertainment information service owned by Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (HMNY), announced the first season of THE MS. MOVIEFONE SHOW, a 16-episode interview series executive produced and hosted by Grae Drake (AKA Ms. Moviefone). MOVIEFONE SHOW will cover the hottest releases and the biggest stars, celebrating all things movie related in an interview show where NO ONE behaves, and EVERYONE has fun.

  • Sinemia Shuts Its U.S. Operations; Will AMC's Stubs A-List Be Next?
    Motley Fool

    Sinemia Shuts Its U.S. Operations; Will AMC's Stubs A-List Be Next?

    The movie ticket subscription service finally admits you can't make a profit paying full price for something you're going to resell at a discount.

  • AMC Slays a Rival Movie Service, but It's Not MoviePass
    Motley Fool

    AMC Slays a Rival Movie Service, but It's Not MoviePass

    Sinemia shuts down stateside operations -- effectively immediately -- as it concedes that its third-party movie service is unsustainable.

  • Moviefone™ Makes a Major Move in the Entertainment Industry with the Introduction of Grae Drake as “Ms. Moviefone”
    Business Wire

    Moviefone™ Makes a Major Move in the Entertainment Industry with the Introduction of Grae Drake as “Ms. Moviefone”

    Moviefone™, the iconic media, news, and entertainment information service owned by Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (HMNY), today announced that former Rotten Tomatoes Senior Editor, Grae Drake, has assumed the role of “Ms. Moviefone” to serve as Moviefone’s leading brand personality. A nod to the memorable “Mr. Moviefone” character, Ms. Moviefone plans to become a pillar of the film industry and a go-to source for providing commentary on the entertainment industry and recommending which audiences will like which movies.

  • Stock Splits: What All Investors Need to Know
    Motley Fool

    Stock Splits: What All Investors Need to Know

    Stock splits can take several forms, and they don’t directly affect the value of your investments -- although the reasoning behind them can.

  • Credit Suisse initiates coverage of AMC with optimistic outlook
    Yahoo Finance Video

    Credit Suisse initiates coverage of AMC with optimistic outlook

    Credit Suisse initiated coverage of AMC with an outperform rating, saying the stock's selloff is 'over done.' Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Brian Sozzi, Ines Ferre and Dan Roberts discuss.