Make Your Pick with Movies On Demand Oscars Pool

Make Your Pick with Movies On Demand Oscars Pool 1

Convinced The Big Short will take home Best Picture? Think that this is finally Leo’s year to win an Oscar? Make your predictions and claim your stakes in the Movies On Demand Oscar Pool.

The Movies On Demand Oscar Pool is like March Madness, but for movies. Participants pick who they think will win in each category. Whoever has the most correct, wins the pool and is automatically entered for a chance to win a year’s worth of Movies On Demand.

Start your own private pool and invite your family, friends, co-workers, and followers to join. Or you can compete against other movie lovers in our national pool.

Still need to catch up on a few movies before the big night? Movies On Demand has you covered with many of the nominees available to watch right now at home, including Steve Jobs, Room, Spotlight, The Martian, Straight Outta Compton and more.

Oscar nominees

You can add predictions up until the start of the show February 28, 8:30pm EST.

What does this mean for you? Well, I’m up for a private pool to compete against other readers and vet them for the National Pool. I’d love to see someone from AndersonVision win it all and I’m hellbent to make it happen.


The Best Current Content: MOVIES ON DEMAND (MOD) on cable is the place to go for the most current films making their television premieres. You can find the newest titles from every major Hollywood studio and all the important indies.

Pristine Quality: Titles are presented in very high quality. (1080i HD, 3D when available.) No buffering, glitches or stopping.

Easiest ordering system: Just press the On Demand button on your cable remote, scroll through the movie artwork, select your title and watch on your beautiful home screen. No passwords to remember, no wires or alternate screens to connect. You can search themed folders such as new releases, library titles, action, drama, comedy, kids, etc. You can watch any trailer before ordering.

Extended viewing times – For the vast majority of titles you can rent and watch for 48 hours, and (some even longer). It won’t disappear after one day.

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