How to Watch the 2016 Oscar Winning Movies Craig Lloyd02/29/2016 The Academy Awards (a.k.a. The Oscars) was aired last night and we finally got to see the winners. Here’s how to watch the 2016 Oscar winning movies. The big winner of The Oscars was no doubt Mad Max: Fury Road, and while it didn’t win Best Picture, it still received six Oscars, which is incredibly impressive for what could be considered a rather niche film.Advertisement Spotlight won Best Picture, and Leonardio DiCaprio won his first-ever Oscar for his leading role in The Revenant, making it quite a historical night for the Academy Awards. You might have seen some of the movies that won Oscars, as many of them were at least several months old, and most of them are now out on DVD and Blu-ray, but if you still need to catch up on the winning movies from last night, here’s how to watch the 2016 Oscar winning movies. Spotlight Advertisement While Spotlight didn’t receive a lot of awards during the 2016 Oscars, it did win Best Picture, as well as Best Original Screenplay.Advertisement Unfortunately, Spotlight is available to stream on any subscription-based streaming service, but it is available to purchase digitally on Google Play for $14.99, or rent for $4.99. You can also buy the DVD for $16.99 or the Blu-ray for $19.99 on Amazon. The Revenant Leonardio DiCaprio won his first Oscar with his role in The Revenant. The film also won Best Cinematography and Best Directing.Advertisement As with Spotlight, The Revenant isn’t available to stream on subscription-based streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, but you can pre-order a digital copy of the movie on Google Play for $14.99. It’s also available to pre-order on Vudu for the same price. If it’s a physical disc that you’re looking for, you can pre-order the Blu-ray version for $22.99, and the DVD version for $19.99 on Amazon. Room Brie Larson won an Oscar for Best Leading Actress for her performance in Room, and that was the film’s only Oscar win of the night. If you’re interested in watching the movie, it’s available to either buy or rent on Vudu. Renting the HD version will cost $5.99 and the SD version costs $4.99. You can also buy an HD digital copy for $14.99 or an SD copy for $12.99.Advertisement You can also buy the Blu-ray for $16.99 and the DVD for $12.99 on Amazon. Bridge of Spies Advertisement While Tom Hanks was the starring role in Bridge of Spies, it was Mark Rylance who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor, which was the film’s lone award for the night. You can watch the movie on iTunes, Google Play, Vudu, and the PlayStation Store. An HD rental in the iTunes Store is $5.99, with a purchase being $19.99. The same prices are available in Vudu as well. Google Play has the movie for $14.99 if you buy and $4.99 if you rent. The PlayStation Store has the HD version available to buy for $19.99 and the SD version available for $14.99. The movie is also available in multi-format on Amazon for $22.99. The Danish Girl The Danish Girl won a single Oscar last night, and it was given to Alicia Vikander for Best Supporting Actress. It’s certainly not a film that’s as well-known as The Revenant by any means, but it was certainly worthy of praise. The movie is available to purchase on Google Play and Vudu for $14.99. You can also buy the Blu-ray and DVD version for $22.99 and $16.99, respectively, on Amazon. Inside Out Inside Out is perhaps one of the best movies Pixar has made in a while, and it certainly earned its Best Animated Film award, making it the movie’s only Oscar win. The movie is available to purchase or rent on iTunes for $19.99 and $5.99, respectively, as well as on Google Play to buy for $14.99. You can also buy the movie on the PlayStation Store for $19.99 for the HD version or $14.99 for the SD version. Inside Out is also available in multi-format on Amazon for $22.99. Spectre The latest James Bond film didn’t win any Oscars as far as the film-making was concerned, but it did win an Oscar for the Best Original Song, called Writing’s on the Wall by Sam Smith. Spectre is available to buy on iTunes for $19.99 or rent for $5.99. You can also buy or rent the movie on Google Play for $14.99 or $3.99, respectively. The same prices are also on Vudu. The Blu-ray version is available on Amazon for $19.99, with the DVD version costing $15.99. Mad Max: Fury Road The top winner of the night was Mad Max: Fury Road, which was nominated ten times and won six Oscars, including Costume Design, Makeup and Hairstyling, and Film Editing. The film is available to buy on iTunes for $9.99, as well as on Vudu for $19.99 in HD and $14.99 in SD. You can also purchase the film in the PlayStation Store for $9.99. You can also buy the movie in multi-format on Amazon for $25, with a 4K version available for $29.99. Amy The documentary on the late singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse won Best Documentary at the Oscars. The documentary is available to purchase on iTunes for $14.99, as well as on Google Play (currently on sale for $7.99). You can also buy it on Vudu for $14.99. The Blu-ray is 16.99, with the DVD being $13 on Amazon. Son of Saul While you may not have heard of it, Son of Saul won Best Foreign Film at the Oscars, and you can buy it on Google Play or Amazon. The film is available for pre-order on Google Play for $14.99. You can also pre-order Son of Saul on Amazon for $34.99 for the Blu-ray and $30.99 for the DVD version. The Hateful Eight The new Quentin Tarantino-based film The Hateful Eight received one Oscar last night, and it was for the Best Original Score. You can pre-order the movie on Google Play right now for $14.99, as well as on Vudu for the same price. You can also pre-order the multi-format Blu-ray on Amazon for $24.99. Ex Machina Ex Machina also won just one Oscar last night, and it was for Best Visual Effects. You can buy the movie on iTunes for $14.99, as well as on Google Play (on sale right now for $7.99). The movie is also available to purchase in the PlayStation Store and on Vudu. You can buy the Blu-ray for just $13.99, with the DVD priced at $9.99 on Amazon. The Big Short The Big Short features a bunch of big names, and the movie was nominated multiple times, but only won one Oscar: Best Adapted Screenplay. Unfortunately, the film isn’t available on any digital services currently, but you can buy the multi-format disc on Amazon for $22.99.