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For Movie Fans: New Releases & Staff Favorites

New Releases

Visit the library to browse and check out new movies. Browse new DVDs and Blu-Rays or see what's coming soon. Place your selections on hold for pickup.

To borrow an item, click the "place hold" button next to the title in the library catalog (▶ see how) or the Vernon Library app. Request items for pickup at the drive-up window or on the holds shelves inside the building. Or visit and browse in person during regular business hours.

Spoiler Alert

Released February 7

Strange World

Released February 14

Savage Salvation

Released February 14

The Fablemans

Released February 14

House Party

Released February 14

Empire of Light

Released February 21

God's Country

Released February 28

Devotion

Released February 28

Detective Knight: Independence

Released February 28

Staff Favorites

Want to find your next favorite movie? Check out what the library's avid watchers recommend. 

John Wick

This revenge tale stars Keanu Reeves as an assassin who comes out of retirement after he is brutally attacked by young members of an organized crime unit. Bloody, glitzy, and over the top fun!  —Emily

The Shape of Water

My favorite Academy Award winner of recent years:  a romantic fantasy with the most elegant hard boiled egg peeling I have ever seen. —Gina

Groundhog Day

One of my favorite movies, about a curmudgeonly weatherman who goes to a small town in Pennsylvania to report on Groundhog Day. He gets stuck in a time loop, repeating the day until he finally gets it right. —Jenny

Burn After Reading

A disgraced CIA agent's memoir is lost and assumed top secret information by the gym employees that find it. A comedy of errors of absurd proportions follows.  —Emily

Logan

If you can't get enough of the tv show The Last of Us, check out this movie about a man tasked with transporting a mutant girl to safety. —Gina

Enough Said

An incredibly moving romantic comedy starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini as two divorced people dating each other. It’s an understated but insightful look into relationships after divorce. —Jenny

Tenet

Christopher Nolan's time-bending science fiction thriller follows The Protagonist as he journeys into a confusing world of time reversal to prevent World War III. —Emily

Little Forest

Tired of city living, a young girl returns to the Korean countryside and cooks her way through the seasons. —Gina

Fighting With My Family

A surprisingly sweet and funny biographical movie about a British teenager from a family of wrestlers making her way as a WWE wrestler. She’s challenged at the beginning but, supported by her family, gets back to her true self and succeeds in the WWE. —Jenny


 

Binge Bags

photo of a few Binge Bags including road trips and Star Wars

It's easy to cue up your next movie marathon with a Binge Bag. These themed bundles offer something for every viewer: Lord of the Rings, wedding rom-coms, the mysterious dealings of Agatha Christie's beloved detectives, and lots more. Available on a first-come, first-served basis (sorry; no holds). Browse what's available now or stop by the library. 

Celebrate Black History Month

Check out this assortment of films and documentaries on Kanopy to celebrate Black History Month

For Readers

The For Readers guide on the library website is a great place to find your next favorite book. Find:

  • New releases & staff favorites
  • Themed blog posts
  • Library-led book discussion groups
  • Personalized book recommendations and more!