We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication. 1. Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (Aug. 2) View this video on YouTube Universal Studios / Via youtube.com Hello, I have never seen a Fast or a Furious, but you better believe I will be first in line for this movie because it looks incredible. Dwayne "The Scorpion King of My Heart" Johnson chain-hooks a helicopter to a bunch of trucks at one point. Jason Statham is, like, really mean. Idris Elba is "black Superman." Roman Reigns is a movie actor now and spearing people left and right. I have no idea who these characters are, but I want this movie to take all of my money immediately.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. 2. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (Aug. 9) View this video on YouTube CBS Films / Via youtube.com The book anthology's illustrations alone gave you nightmares in fourth grade finally has a film adaptation! In 1968, a group of friends live in a small town called Mill Valley, which has a lot of spooky lore around it. The lore mainly involves the Bellows family, who lived in a mansion that still looms over the town. One fateful day, Stella (Zoe Margaret Colletti) stumbles upon a book that once belonged to Sarah Bellows, a mysterious girl with many dark secrets, who loved to tell ~scary stories~ of her own. Spooky!Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. 3. Dora and the Lost City of Gold (Aug. 9) View this video on YouTube Paramount Pictures / Via youtube.com Having grown up as one of the most iconic adventurers of all time, Dora is now a young adult and being forced to attend public high school (the true jungle, if you will). However, when things go sideways and her parents go missing, Dora, Boots the monkey, and her new group of high school friends must go on a whirlwind adventure to rescue them. So basically, think Tomb Raider meets The Breakfast Club.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. 4. The Kitchen (Aug. 9) View this video on YouTube Warner Bros. / Via youtube.com If you solely saw the cast listing for this movie you'd be like, "LOL, what a fun comedy!" but NOPE, that is NOT what you're in for. In '70s New York, after their crappy criminal husbands are jailed for their actions, the wives (Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, and Elisabeth Moss) step up to take over the "family business," quickly becoming the most feared mobsters in all of Hell's Kitchen. Yes. All. Day. This. Okay. Thank. You.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. 5. Good Boys (Aug. 16) View this video on YouTube Universal Pictures / Via youtube.com Panicked about attending his first "kissing party" — having never kissed anyone before — 12-year-old Max and his buddies attempt to learn a thing or two about the art of lip-touching by spying on his teenage neighbors using his dad's drone. However, things go completely sideways once the boys lose said drone and have to go on a mission to rescue it, with all kinds of wild stuff happening along the way. It's kind of reminiscent of Superbad, but like, raunchier and younger???Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. 6. Blinded By The Light (Aug. 16) View this video on YouTube Warner Bros. / Via youtube.com When Javed — a Pakastani teen growing up in 1987 Great Britain — is first introduced to the music of Bruce Springsteen, he believes he's finally found a message he can relate to. Through the powerful lyrics and parallels to Javed's own life and dreams, Springsteen serves as an inspiration for Javed to express his own voice through his poetry. Also, the soundtrack to this trailer alone is amazing, so just imagine the full movie.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. 7. Ready or Not (Aug. 21) View this video on YouTube Fox Searchlight / Via youtube.com The tale follows a young, witty bride-to-be (Samara Weaving) on the day she is to marry her goofy husband (Mark O’Brien) — a man who also just so happens to be the heir to a board game fortune. After the wedding, the family announces that they have a "tradition" in which the bride is to play a game with her new family. She, naturally, thinks it's just a silly game of hide and seek, no big deal...just kidding, they're trying to kill her. The whole family is trying to kill her. Also, Adam Brody is in this?! Sign me up!Get your Fandango or Atom tickets here. What August 2019 movie are YOU looking forward to the most? Did we miss any? Sound off in the comments below!