Stuck inside on a cold December day with nothing to do? Check out our DVD collections at any of the six branches of the Adams County Library System. We have many new releases, classics, TV shows, and non-fiction documentaries to choose from. The best part is that they are free to borrow with your library card!
December is the month for Hallmark Christmas movies! New titles include “A Christmas Tree Grows in Colorado,” “Christmas Waltz,” “One Royal Holiday,” “A Little Christmas Charm,” “Good Morning Christmas!” and “A Timeless Christmas.”
National Geographic has several new nature programs including “When Sharks Attack” which investigates mysterious spikes in shark activity and “Bat Superpowers” which explains how bats could hold the secret to a healthier and longer life. Also by National Geographic, for a good laugh, try “America’s Funniest Home Videos Animal Edition” which showcases hilarious pets and awesome wildlife from the backyard to the savannah.
New PBS movies include “The Future of Work” which explores monumental changes in the workplace and the long-term impact on workers, employers, educators and communities. “Land Girls” follows the lives of members of the Women's Land Army working at the Hoxley Estate during World War II. Also, check out “Lives Well Lived” which celebrates the wit and wisdom of people aged 75-100, who reveal their secrets for living a meaningful life.
Television shows with new seasons on DVD are “Baptiste,” “Berlin Station,” “Bull,” “Call the Midwife,” “Chicago Med,” “Creepshow,” “The Crown,” “Death in Paradise,” “Good Witch,” “The Jim Gaffigan Show,” “My Life is Murder,” “New Amsterdam,” “Queen of the South,” “This is Us,” “S.W.A.T.” and “Vindication.”
As the movie industry gets back into full swing, don’t miss these great feature films:
Marvel’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” “The Green Knight (Dev Patel),” “Escape Room: Tournament of Champions,” “God’s Not Dead: We the People,” “Jungle Cruise (Dwayne Johnson),” “Reminiscence (Hugh Jackman),” and Marvel’s “Venom: Let There Be Carnage (Tom Hardy).”
Submitted by: Sherrie DeMartino, Branch Manager, Carroll Valley Library