My favorite part of the holiday season is the return of special family traditions, year after year. And one of my family's annual traditions is to cozy up on the couch with some classic holiday movies.
But by now, I have had my fill of Claymation reindeer. Like a glut of eggnog and pumpkin pie, too many caroling elves and feel-good, black-and-white Christmas miracles on Main Street can leave me a bit queasy.
Sometimes I feel the need for a change of scene. I'd like a Christmas flick with some irreverence, with maybe a peek around the dark side of the tree. And throw in a few explosions too, please.
If the sugarplums have gotten too sweet for you and you're looking for a holiday movie served with a side of bah humbug, this is the list for you.
A while ago, I had nothing to read and placed a bunch of holds. I didn't just place a few holds: I made it the Golden Era of Hold-Placing, the Enlightenment of Item Ordering. I disappeared amongst the labyrinths of year-end lists and pre-publication hype. Well, guess what? I didn't pay much attention to when they would be coming in and now they've deluged me! These items are what I'm chipping myself out from underneath of:
Did you know that we have video games at the library? Games of all kinds for kids abound on the 2nd floor but we also carry games for teens and adults. You can find them on the 1st floor near the Quick Pick DVDs and Blu-rays. Hot items go fast so if you don't see what you're looking for, place a hold on it so you can get it when it comes back in.
New Video Games for Teens and Adults
Place a hold on new video games for Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, Wii, and 3DS. Check out more games on the first floor.