By Matt Mueller Culture Editor Published Jul 25, 2018 at 2:04 PM

Netflix just released its monthly list of departures, and it's no laughing matter – literally. 

Most of the crop getting killed off the Big Red Streaming Service in the month of August includes comedies and light-hearted fare. (Because who needs that these days?) The sweet goofball Pixar sequel "Finding Dory" will be let loose, so enjoy watching the weaponized cuteness that is Baby Dory while you can. And if you like your animated movies with less "aww" and more "OH GOD," the raunchy ridiculousness of "Sausage Party" will be taken off Netflix's grill in August too. 

Add to that "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," "Adventures in Babysitting," "Walk Hard" and the Bill Murray indie "St. Vincent," and there's gonna be a lot less to laugh about on Netflix by the end of August. 

Here's the list of everything leaving Netflix next month. 

Aug. 1

"3000 Miles to Graceland"

"Adventures in Babysitting"

"Can't Buy Me Love"

"Care Bears: Welcome to Care-a-Lot" season 1

"Finding Dory"

"Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay"

"The Killing" seasons 1-3

"Reasonable Doubt"

"Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story"

Aug. 2

"10 Rules for Sleeping Around"

Aug. 5

"13 Assassins"

Aug. 6

"Welcome to Me"

Aug. 10

"St. Vincent"

Aug. 12

"For a Good Time, Call..."

Aug. 13

"Help, I've Shrunk the Family"

Aug. 16

"The 40-Year-Old Virgin"

"The Adventures of Chuck & Friends" season 2

"Being Flynn"

"Enter the Battlefield"

"Jem and the Holograms" seasons 1-3

"Littlest Pet Shop" seasons 2-4


"Pound Puppies" seasons 1-3

"Seeking a Friend for the End of the World"

"Transformers Prime" seasons 2-3

"Transformers: Rescue Bots" seasons 2-4

Aug. 23

"Sausage Party"

Aug. 25

"The Road"

Matt Mueller Culture Editor

As much as it is a gigantic cliché to say that one has always had a passion for film, Matt Mueller has always had a passion for film. Whether it was bringing in the latest movie reviews for his first grade show-and-tell or writing film reviews for the St. Norbert College Times as a high school student, Matt is way too obsessed with movies for his own good.

When he's not writing about the latest blockbuster or talking much too glowingly about "Piranha 3D," Matt can probably be found watching literally any sport (minus cricket) or working at - get this - a local movie theater. Or watching a movie. Yeah, he's probably watching a movie.