Cineplex’s Great Digital Film Festival returns for its seventh year Feb. 5-11. 

Calling all movie buffs

Cineplex’s Great Digital Film Festival returns with a cult classic line-up including Serenity, Labyrinth and Ghostbusters

Cineplex has announced the line up for its seventh annual Great Digital Film Festival, returning to the Langley theatre Feb. 5-11.

This celebration of pop-culture films is Canada’s only coast-to-coast film festival, bringing a week of sci-fi, fantasy and cult fan favorites back to the big screen, and often for the first time in digital format. Tickets are now on sale online, via the Cineplex mobile app, and at participating theatre box offices.

“Canadians have such a deep bond with their favourite movies and I think that’s why the festival has been so successful over the years,” said Brad LaDouceur, vice president, event cinema, Cineplex Entertainment.

“We’ve made an effort to find out what our guests want to see on the big screen and offer them a memorable week of movies at the affordable price of $6.99 per film.”

The 2016 ‘Great Digital Film Festival’ Lineup includes:

•    Beverly Hills Cop (1984)

•    Big Trouble in Little China (1986)

•    Dirty Harry (1971)

•    From Dusk Till Dawn (1996)

•    Ghostbusters (1984)

•    Inception (2010)

•    Labyrinth (1986)

•    Looper (2012)

•    Mad Max: The Road Warrior (1981) and Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

•    Runaway Train (1985)

•    Serenity (2005)

•    Star Trek 2: Wrath of Khan (1982) and Star Trek: Into Darkness (2013)

•    The Dark Crystal (1982)

•    The Thing (1982)

•    True Romance (1993)

Tickets for festival films are $6.99, with an additional 10 per cent discount when purchasing tickets for any two, three or four films, and a 15 per cent discount when purchasing tickets for any five or more films.

For a complete list of showtimes, or to purchase tickets, visit

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