It’s time to forget about the hot weather and decide to spend the next month spending the month hiding from the sun inside, with the air conditioning cranked up. Don’t worry, though; you won’t be spending it alone. The streaming internet — as evidenced by Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Go and Hulu — is ready to keep you company with all kinds of sexy viewing to keep you occupied over the hottest months of the year. Don’t believe me? Read on.

Amazon Prime and Hulu, July 1

On the one hand, we could all learn the lesson of Eddie Murphy’s notorious womanizer in this 1992 comedy as he realized that, “Hey! True happiness lies with true love!” On the other, we could just wish that we were as smooth as he was, and could be targeted by Robin Givens’ equally voracious man-eater.

Amazon Prime, July 1

Ignore the racism of Mickey Rooney’s neighbor, that horrible “Moon River” scene, and the incongruity of Holly’s career as sex worker in a movie that can’t bring itself to admit such things actually exist. Just embrace the fact that Audrey Hepburn could melt steel beams without even noticing.

Amazon Prime and Hulu, July 1

As unlikely as it may seem today, this was once the benchmark for “sexiness” for a generation of young children in the 1980s who didn’t quite understand why Jennifer Beals was dancing like that, but knew they liked it.

HBO Go, July 1

Two decades after Beals danced her flash out, Angelina Jolie brought the virtual masturbatory fantasy of a million gamers to life, and created quite a few more masturbatory fantasies along the way. I’m looking at you, Brad Pitt. (Me? I was an early adopter, having had a crush since Hackers.)

Netflix, July 1

Anyone with poor impulse control — or perhaps just a crush on Kiera Knightly — might want to check out this drama about a couple struggling with (and giving into) temptation on a night they spend apart, although neither spend it alone. If Knightly doesn’t do it for you, there’s also a seductive Eva Mendes, a charming Guillaume Canet, and… well, Sam Worthington, but let’s be honest, it’s just Sam Worthington.

Amazon Prime and Hulu, July 1

Look, if you don’t get why this is sexy, I don’t know what to tell you. But you should still watch, because this is prime early Louis C.K. (He wrote and directed it, somewhat amazingly.)

HBO Go, July 1

It was the movie that made Jennifer Lopez a household name (Well, in some households, at least), and introduced many more to the true-life tale of Selena Quintanilla-Pérez, a Mexican singer who was murdered by a fan at age 23. It’s true that that part isn’t too sexy, but come on: Jennifer Lopez, people.

Amazon Prime, July 1

As if the lure of a modern day women-in-prison movie wasn’t enough, this one features two icons of the sexploitation genre showing that they have lost none of their shamelessness in their retirement: Kitten Natvidad and Tura Satana, take a bow.

Netflix, July 1

Is this movie actually sexy? It’s a topic of contention in the Playboy offices, but apparently there are those who believe that the sight of a young Leonardo DiCaprio elicits a response other than wanting to punch him right in his smug brussell sprout face. (He’s a fine actor, though, and probably a wonderful human being or something.)

Netflix, July 6

Sure, the seven words “Jennfer Garner and Olivia Wilde in Butter” sound suggestive in and of themselves, but there’s all kinds of things to float all kinds of boats in this 2011 social satire about competitive butter sculpting, but let’s be honest: It’s all about Olivia Wilde’s stripper Brooke, who refuses to let the world get her down — even if it means playing dirty to win whenever possible.

HBO Go, July 8

You know what’s sexy? Self-awareness of your own failures and position in the wider socio-popular-culture sphere. I guess that means we now have to accept that Mariah Carey, Carrie Underwood, Pink and all the other celebrities cameoing as themselves in this “mockumentary” are sexy. Well, except for Jimmy Fallon, because, really.

Netflix, July 18

Sure, Felicity Jones made the Rebellion seem a little more attractive for many in this Star Wars spin-off, but if we’re talking sheer sex appeal, it doesn’t get any better than Diego Luna’s dreamy, angst-ridden spy Cassian Andor. I mean, sure, I know there are all kinds of Darth Vader fetishists out there, but that’s just sick. Think of all the younglings he killed!

Amazon Prime, July 19

Firstly, no matter what movie she’s in, Jessica Chastain can claim to be the Queen of Sex as far as I’m concerned. Secondly, in this particular movie, she’s a hard-nosed political lobbyist who will stop at nothing to get her own way. If that’s not on your personal list of “things that are so sexy, I might need a moment to myself,” then I recommend you study this movie until it is.

Netflix, July 28

Talking about women who aren’t going to take it lying down, everyone who fell in love with Jessica Williams during her Daily Show stint can rejoice, because she’s back with this all-new vehicle fresh from a critically-acclaimed premiere at Sundance. For those whose thing in “smart, sexy women who might just tear you in half with their words,” here’s the movie you’re going to be watching on repeat for awhile.