also known as: DVD reviews, good DVDs, recommended DVDs.
Northumberland Libraries is always adding to their collection of DVDs that are available for borrowing at a small charge. Have a look at a selection of the DVD releases featured on this page. From a thriller like Taken 2 to a family film like The Lorax you are sure to find something you will like.
If you didn't catch a film at the cinema, or just want to see it
again at home, why not borrow a DVD from our collection. Save money
and have a family night in instead of an expensive cinema trip. At
the library you pay a fraction of the price to watch the latest
films in the comfort of your own home. Have a look below at
our selection of DVDs. These are just a small
selection of what is available. Why not pop down to your
local library today to see what else we have. Please note not
all libraries stock DVDs. Click
here to find out which libraries do.
Please click here to find out the very latest
new DVDs that are available to borrow.
Click on the DVD cover or the title to find it in the library
Our featured DVD at the moment is:
Jeremy Renner, Rachel Weisz and Edward Norton are cast in this
Robert Ludlum's thriller. A man without a past is washed into the
nets of a fishing boat with no idea of who he is or how he got
there. All he has is a passport in the name of Jason Bourne. Over
the course of three books, The Bourne Identity, The Bourne
Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum, he gradually comes to realise
who and what he really is - a strange amalgam of a man named David
Webb, and a deadly killer: Jason Bourne.
Other DVDs out so far in 2013 include:
the titles below to find the DVDs in the library
Have a look below at just a selection of the DVDs available to
borrow for a small fee.
Books to Film
A lot of books are made into films. The Road, The
Time Traveler's Wife, Marley and Me and I am Number Four are a
small selection of books that we have the DVD of too.
Have a look at our guide by clicking here then
why not borrow the book or the DVD if we have it.
Standard DVDs can be borrowed for up to
1 week for just £1.90. These can be
renewed online at a cost of £1.90.
'Overnight' blockbusters are now
available in 12 libraries for just £2.50 a
As an added bonus, if an overnight rental is taken out on a
Friday, it doesn't need to be returned until Monday, so you
have the whole weekend to enjoy it.
Charges for DVDs
DVDs (1 week): £1.90
Information DVDs (3 weeks): £1.90
Rental DVDs (1 day): £2.50
Search the Catalogue for DVDs
Click here to search the library catalogue for more DVDs