AT THE TRYLON
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Past Films in this Series
(2021, DCP, 77m) dir Joseph Strickland. Recent graduate Dr. Steve Livingston, a new arrival into a prominent Chicago psychotherapist firm, has undertaken a new patient named Tommy, who has a troubled past. The new doctor is determined to understand and evaluate the patient's unpredictable and violent behavior. But throughout his examination, the doctor is experiencing problems of his own at home. Although recently engaged to his beautiful fiancée, Lydia, Steve still has sexual tendencies towards women who appear unexpectedly in…See More
(2021, DCP, approx 30 min) Created by A.P. Looze. Featuring the amazing collaborative talents of Dan Dukich, Katie Burgess, Jay Eisenberg, and Diver Van Avery. Filming and editing support by Ben Kreibich. C’Mon Baby Stroke It! is a collection of original songs and music videos celebrating love, queer sexuality, and trans embodiment inspired by the riveting game of tennis. From the perils of alcoholism, to the raunchy gay relationship between doubles partners, the messages from a Teddy Bear Oracle, the…See More
(2021, DCP, 86m) dir Brian Nowak w/ Tom Sizemore, O’Shay Neal, Wynter Eddins. The Trylon once again brings you a feature from Asylum Films, the studio that brought us Top Gunner, Asteroid-a-geddon, and our personal favorite Independents' Day. When history's greatest aquatic predator returns, the armada of modern warships sent to destroy it has no chance at all. FRI 5:00 SAT 9:00AM SUN 1:00PM MON-THU 5:00 *MONDAY NIGHT $3*See More
(2017, HD, 90m) dir John Griesser. 1965: America is in turmoil. Unprecedented introspection and questioning of societal norms roil the country. Prabhupada, an unassuming 70-year-old Swami from India, arrives in New York City alone and without support or money. He carries only the ancient scriptures he has translated, and the firm faith in his teacher’s request: “offer spiritual wisdom to the people of the world!” Suddenly thrust into the raging counterculture movement, Prabhupada speaks of the world’s real need, which…See More