Though calendars say summer is winding down, the television and movie world is still heating up. If you have plans to watch some exciting movies this weekend, Amazon Prime is the hot place to go. The streaming service has a lot of horror, romantic, suspense, and thriller movies in its lineup for August.

Amazon Prime is also introducing several original series this August, such as “Comrade Detective,” “Lost in Oz,” “The Tick” and “Tumble Leaf.” Take a look at the list of movies you will be able to catch in coming days!

‘Florence Foster Jenkins’

In November 2016, Entertainment Weekly reported that the Meryl Streep-starrer movie would return to some AMC theaters in New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and Chicago.

Meryl played a New York-based socialist in “Florence Foster Jenkins” who founded the Verdi Club to celebrate her love for art and music. The film is directed by Stephen Frears and written by Nicholas Martin. Other cast members are Hugh Grant, Simon Helberg, Nina Arianda, and Rebecca Ferguson. “Florence Foster Jenkins” has received a warm response from audiences and critics. The film was nominated for three Oscars and four Golden Globes.

‘All Dogs Go to Heaven’

Don Bluth, who is credited for the success of “The Land Before Time” and “An American Time,” is the mind behind classic film “All Dogs Go to Heaven.” In November 2014, Entertainment Weekly called it “the most disturbing children movie of all time.” “All Dogs Go to Heaven” is the story of a German Shepherd who was killed by his own friend.

The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray in November 1998. “All Dogs Go to Heaven” featured voices of Burt Reynolds, Dom DeLuise, Judith Barsi, Vic Tayback, Charles Nelson Reilly, Loni Anderson, and Melba Moore. It is reportedly coming to Amazon Prime this August.

‘The Dead Zone

David Cronenberg's decision to take on an adaptation of Stephen King's 1979 novel "The Dead Zone" must have seemed a wise one back in 1980.

The film features Christopher Walken, Tom Skerritt, Brooke Adams, Herbert Lom, Colleen Dewhurst, Martin Sheen, and Anthony Zerbe. Its story revolves around a high-school teacher, Walken, who discovers that he is blessed with supernatural powers. The film was shot in Canada where some of its structures and props are still in place.

‘Save the Last Dance’

The setup promises cliches, and the characters are more sophisticated than we expect. One of the most interesting things is that the ending of this film does not tie everything up in a predictable way. Released in 2001, “Save the Last Dance” is a dance film directed by Thomas Carter and produced by MTV Films. It is the story of Sara Johnson who failed the auditions at Juilliard Music School. The film featured Julia Stiles, Terry Kinney, Sean Patrick Thomas, Kerry Washington, Fredro Starr, Bianca Lawson, and Vince Green.

“Among Friends,” “Bad Company,” “Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure,” “Criminal Law,” “The Dead Zone,” and “Far from Home” are also coming to Amazon Prime this August.