It all depends on the implementation. If 'off-peak' tickets drop significantly in price, that might definitely bring in viewers. And if the 'peak' screenings include extras like in-person Q&A's with celebs and/or merch giveaways/raffles/etc, then that might be enough to make serious fans cough up the extra dough. We will have to wait and see - if all Regal does is boost prices for popular times without some discounts elsewhere then it's likey to fail. Another way they could make it work is to include some concessions with off-peak tickets; that might help bring families back into the theater.
It's good to see some experimentation with the system. The first go-round might not work but they might just hit on a formula that boosts moviegoing. I hope so.
Ditto under windows 10. What up?
Hmm. I tried it in Chrome, Safari, and Opera on Mac, and nothing. I see the timeline, with fests down the left side and months across the top, but zero data in the actual graph. Hope it's a simple fix (on my end or theirs) cuz it's a great idea.