“Lilo & Stitch” Netflix
“Lilo & Stitch” will leave Netflix in September. Disney

Netflix is cleaning house once again, and some solid titles are leaving the service. Whether you’re into horror, musical or animated Disney films, there are likely some titles you’ll want to catch before they disappear from the streaming service.

“Hope Floats” — leaving Sept. 1 — This 1998 dramedy follows a woman (Sandra Bullock) who is humiliated on live TV when she finds out her best friend has been sleeping with her husband. She moves back to her hometown with her daughter (Mae Whitman) for a fresh start. Of course, she’ll also find love with an old friend (Harry Connick Jr.).

“Scream” — leaving Sept. 1 — Sidney (Neve Campbell) is dealing with the one-year anniversary of her mother’s murder when a mysterious person in a ghost face mask starts attacking her. David Arquette, Courteney Cox, Matthew Lillard, Rose McGowan and Drew Barrymore also star in the classic horror flick. See the 1996 film that launched the franchise before it disappears from Netflix.

Netflix Titles Leaving
Drew Barrymore stars in “Scream,” one of many movies leaving Netflix in September 2017. Miramax

“Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” — leaving Sept. 1 — Tim Burton’s 2007 adaptation of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s gory musical has only a few days left on Netflix. Johnny Depp stars as the titular barber who murders his customers while Helena Bonham Carter plays Ms. Lovett, the one putting their body parts into meat pies. The film won an Academy Award for best art direction and Depp was nominated for his performance as well.

“The Batman” Seasons 1-5 — leaving Sept. 1 — This animated Batman series follows Bruce Wayne as he protects Gotham from criminals. The show, which ran from 2004-2008, features the voice of Adam West, who played the caped crusader in the 1960s TV show. The late actor played Marion Grange, the mayor of Gotham, in the series.

“Lilo & Stitch” — leaving Sept. 5 — This Hawaiian Disney adventure is leaving Netflix. The 2002 animated film follows Lilo, a little girl being raised by her sister after their parents died in a car crash. Her life changes when she finds Stitch, a genetic experiment designed to create chaos.

Enjoy Disney movies while you can on Netflix. The company is set to start pulling more titles as they gear up to launch their own streaming service.

“Army Wives” Season 1-7 — leaving Sept. 10 — You’re going to have to binge quickly if you want to catch every episode of the Lifetime drama, which aired from 2007 to 2013. The show follows the spouses of several people in the armed forces. Although they aren’t serving their country in the same way, their lives are still changed by having family members in the service. Emmy winner Sterling K. Brown, Catherine Bell, Kim Delaney, Brigid Brannagh and Sally Pressman star as the main army spouses.

“Philomena” — leaving Sept. 22 — This 2013 British drama follows a woman searching for her son. Philomena’s (Judi Dench) son was taken from her and put up for adoption, and a journalist (Steve Coogan) thinks he can help. The film was nominated for several Academy Awards.

“Déjà Vu” — leaving Sept. 24 — Denzel Washington and Val Kilmer star in this 2006 thriller. An agent travels back in time to prevent a terrorist attack in New Orleans. If he succeeds, he’ll be able to save the woman he loves. Paula Patton, Elle Fanning, Jim Caviezel and Adam Goldberg also appear.

Check out the full list of titles disappearing from Netflix in September at the Hollywood Reporter.