That Movie Was A Book? The Trylon Book Club!

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For the next installment of the Trylon Book Club, we present a book that, yes, we know you know was the basis for a movie: Philip K. Dick’s 1968 post-apocalyptic masterpiece DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP. But did you know THAT IT IS BETTER THAN THE MOVIE?!? That's debatable, of course--so why not come for a special Saturday morning screening of Ridley Scott’s science-noir classic, BLADE RUNNER, at the Trylon microcinema on Saturday, April 11, followed by an embarrassing Voigt-Kampff test, where it will be revealed that you're actually a replicant whose memories are those of book club founder Peter Schilling. OR IS IT THE OTHER WAY AROUND?!?!?!

Moon Palace Books has copies of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep available now. Blade Runner will screen April 10-12 at the Trylon, with a special book club screening SATURDAY, APRIL 11 at 10:00 AM.

(Show your Moon Palace Books receipt for the book and get in for $5 on Saturday morning!)

Regular and punch-card admissions as usual for Friday-Sunday night screenings at the Trylon microcinema.
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