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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.

One Way

Released November 1

I Love My Dad

Released November 8


Released November 8

The Enforcer

Released November 8

Gigi & Nate

Released November 15

The Good House

Released November 22

Emily the Criminal

Released November 29

Don't Worry Darling

Released November 29

Staff Favorites

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

Muppet Treasure Island

I guarantee this is how Robert Louis Stevenson intended his classic story to be told. The Muppets are everything.  —Emily

The Worst Person in the World

I was really captivated by this Norwegian movie when I saw it last year.  It follows a woman messily trying to find meaning in her life and work. —Gina

Ever After

I loved this funny, feminist, live action retelling of the Cinderella story, starring Drew Barrymore as Cinderella and Angelica Huston as the wicked stepmother. Gorgeous sets and costumes, too. —Jenny

Crimes of the Future

David Cronenberg's return to body horror features a brilliant, star-studded cast and a thought-provoking environmental twist. —Emily


Yes it's a children's movie but it's so comforting and uplifting!  It's the movie version of a big bowl of soup. —Gina

Easy A

Based on Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “The Scarlet Letter,” this smart, funny movie stars Emma Stone as a teen who is relatable and wise beyond her years. Clever dialogue and supporting characters make this a fun and sweet watch. —Jenny


This quiet Icelandic drama follows two estranged brothers who are reunited when their sheep flocks are threatened by disease. An incredibly moving sibling story. —Emily

Yours, mine and ours

If you think your family is wild, check out this classic comedy where a man and woman, each with a brood of children, fall in love and combine families.  —Gina

Before Sunrise

Richard Linklater directed this moving and intellectual romance starring Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke. The movie is shot like a documentary, following the two as they wander through Vienna, talking and falling in love. —Jenny

Get This Year's Award Winners From The Library

Note: Additional winning films may be available on the Rokus.


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 Native American Heritage Month

Check out this assortment of films and documentaries on Kanopy to celebrate Native American Heritage 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!