The Philadelphia Film Society has launched a new series of eerie screenings starting on May 9 at 11:59 p.m. The movies listed will be cult classic horrors, typically produced outside of America. For movie buffs, and horror fanatics, staying up late and taking a trip over to the Roxy Theater is well worth it.

Kicking off the Graveyard shift series on May 9 is Suspiria- an Italian horror film directed by Dario Argento. Suspiria is a story involving an American ballet dancer who transfers to Germany to attend a prestigious academy for dance.  When she arrives at Tans Academy in Freiburg, Germany, she discovers that her academy is haunted by a coven of witches.

The second screening of the series is Proxy, on June 13. Directed by Zack Parker in 2013, Proxy is a twisted tale of Esther, a pregnant woman who encounters dark forces while walking home from the doctors.  This thriller will have you on the edge of your seat and guessing what will happen next.

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On July 11, you can delve into the world of Norwegian director André Øvreda's Trollhunter, a dark fantasy film involving college students who discover quite the surprise when filming a documentary.

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Australian film The Babadook will have viewers up all night in fear on August 8. Directed by Jennifer Kent this year, it  is a super natural thriller involving a mother, her son, and a mysterious book.

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Finishing off summer and the Graveyard shift series will be David Cronenberg's Videodrome on September 12. This sci-fi horror involves a CEO of a TV station, and a broadcast signal that causes strange and violent visions. Warning, you may not want to turn on your television when you get home.

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Tickets for each screening are $5 for PFS members and a spooky price of $6.66 for non-members.