Movie streaming platforms month after month like Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Apple TV, and Prime Video have plenty of titles available to stream for US subscribers.
Whether you like true crime series, comedies or blockbusters, with so many streaming services available, it can be difficult to decide what to watch next and what not to miss.
Of course, it can also be difficult to keep up with them all, so the list we’ve put together for you is meant to help you keep tabs on what to watch in August on your movie streaming platform of choice. .
Prey (Hulu, August 5)
Are you ready for the latest movie of the Predator series?
The American sci-fi horror action film is based on the Predator franchise and is directed by Dan Trachtenberg and written by Patrick Aison.
The narrative revolves around Naru, a trained Comanche warrior, protecting her tribe from a humanoid alien who hunts humans.
It stars Amber Midthunder, Dakota Beavers, Michelle Thrush, Stormee Kipp, Julian Black Antelope, Bennett Taylor, and Dane DiLiegro. The film debuts on Hulu on August 5.
Bullet Train (Theaters, August 5)
Nothing beats a new action-packed thriller Bullet Train starring Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock, right? Especially since Bullet Train is directed by David Leitch, best known for Deadpool 2.
Based on a popular Japanese novel by Kotaro Isaka, the film revolves around five assassins aboard the same titular bullet train in Japan, whose missions are linked.
House of the Dragon (HBO, August 21)
So far, this August feels like Returns Month, bringing new seasons of favorites and a meaningful return – Game of Thrones’ House of the Dragon. Three years after Game of Thrones ended, the new series arrives this month as a breath of fresh air for GOT fans everywhere.
House of the Dragon premieres August 21 on HBO Max and is set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones. Based on “Fire & Blood” by George RR Martin, the series reveals the history of House Targaryen 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones when the Iron Throne was occupied by King Viserys I.
Mike (Hulu, August 25)
Are you a Mike Tyson fan or just curious about his professional boxing career? Starting August 25, you can step into the ring with Mike Tyson, through Hulu’s eight-part limited series focusing on the legendary and controversial boxer.
“Focusing the lens on Mike Tyson, the series examines class in America, race in America, fame and the power of the media, misogyny, the wealth divide, the promise of the American Dream, and ultimately our own role in shaping Mike’s story Mike is an unsanctioned and unrestricted look at the life of Mike Tyson – and it’s a wild ride.
The Sandman (Netflix, August 5)
The Sandman is now a worldwide phenomenon, which has raving reviews. The American fantasy drama television series is based on the comic book of the same name written by Neil Gaiman and published by DC Comics. The series tells the story of Morpheus, the titular Sandman.
The series stars Tom Sturridge as Morpheus, with Boyd Holbrook, Vivienne Acheampong and Patton Oswalt in supporting roles. The Sandman premiered on August 5, 2022 on Netflix.
Thirteen Lives (Prime Video, August 5)
Directed by Ron Howard, Thirteen Lives is a film based on the true story of the Tham Luang cave rescue. The action takes place in 2018 when a soccer team of under-18 players and their coach ventured inside Tham Luang Cave when severe flooding trapped everyone underground.
American Biographical Survival is written by William Nicholson and stars Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell, Joel Edgerton and Tom Bateman. Thirteen Lives streams on Prime Video at no additional cost to Prime members.
The Patient (Hulu, August 30)
The therapist Alan Strauss played by Steve Carell is held prisoner by his patient, Sam Fortner, a serial killer. To survive, Alan must explore Sam’s troubled mind to stop him from killing. Created by the creators of Americans, the show could be the most anticipated series of the month of August. The Patient will premiere on Hulu on August 30.
Andor (Disney+, August 31)
The “tense and biting spy thriller” is set five years before the events of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and gravitates towards the unpleasant side of the Star Wars universe.
The first season of Andor has 12 episodes, while the The second season will begin filming in November. The show arrives on August 31 with the first two episodes.
Bad Sisters (Apple TV, August 19)
Bad Sisters is “a delightful blend of dark comedy and thriller,” following the lives of the Garvey sisters as they struggle with the untimely death of their parents and pledge to always care for each other.
Starring Sharon Horgan, Anne-Marie Duff, Eva Birthistle, Sarah Greene and Eve Hewson, the drama series will hit the official Apple TV streaming site on August 19.