Are you unfamiliar with many of the movies nominated for a 2016 Golden Globe Award? Fortunately, you don’t have to head into awards season clueless about some of the most talked about performances of the year. Many films nominated for a Golden Globe this year are in theaters, on streaming services, or available to buy OnDemand.

Here are just some of the nominees you can watch before the Golden Globes air on NBC Sunday, Jan. 10 at 8 p.m. EST:

MOVIES

"Beasts Of No Nation"

This movie is exclusive for Netflix subscribers. "Beasts of No Nation" is nominated for Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In Any Motion Picture (Idris Elba).

 “The Big Short”

“The Big Short,” which features an all star cast including Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling and Brad Pitt, was released in theaters in early December. The film is still airing in select theaters and is nominated for Best Motion Picture – Musical Or Comedy, Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy (Christian Bale, Steve Carell) and Best Screenplay - Motion Picture (Charles Randolph, Adam McKay).

“Concussion”

“Concussion,” starring Will Smith, was released on Dec. 25, but  is still in select theaters. Check your local theater for times. Smith is nominated for Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture – Drama.

“The Danish Girl”

“The Danish Girl” came out in theaters on Christmas Day and is still available in select locations. Check your local theater for screening times. The movie is nominated for Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture – Drama (Alicia Vikander), Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture – Drama (Eddie Redmayne) and Best Original Score - Motion Picture.

"The Hateful Eight"

"The Hateful Eight" was released on Christmas Day and is still in most theaters. The film is nominated for Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In Any Motion Picture (Jennifer Jason Leigh), Best Screenplay - Motion Picture (Quentin Tarantino) and Best Original Score - Motion Picture (Ennio Morricone).

“Joy”

“Joy” is another Christmas Day theatrical release that is currently still available in select theaters. The film is nominated for Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy and Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture – Musical Or Comedy.

“Mad Max: Fury Road”

“Mad Max: Fury Road” is currently available OnDemand for Xfinity customers. A 2-day rental is $5.99, but jump on this quick because it ends on Friday, Jan. 8. For those that can’t watch it right away, Redbox also has the movie available to rent for $1.50. The film is nominated for Best Motion Picture - Drama and Best Director - Motion Picture (George Miller).

“The Martian”

“The Martian” is available only if you’re looking to make an investment. You can buy it for $14.99 via Amazon Video, or $15.99 on Xfinity OnDemand. The movie is up for Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy, Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy (Matt Damon) and Best Director - Motion Picture (Ridley Scott).

“The Revenant”

“The Revenant,” starring Leonardo DiCaprio, had a limited release on Christmas Day. As of Friday it’s now available in wide release, so check your local movie theater for listings. The movie is nominated for Best Motion Picture - Drama, Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture – Drama (Leonardo DiCaprio), Best Director - Motion Picture (Alejandro G. Iñárritu) and Best Original Score - Motion Picture (Ryuichi Sakamoto, Alva Noto).

“Spy”

Melissa McCarthy’s comedy, “Spy,” is currently available to rent on Redbox or Xfinity OnDemand. McCarthy is nominated for Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture – Musical Or Comedy, and the movie is nominated for Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy.

“Trainwreck”

 “Trainwreck,” starring Amy Schumer and Bill Hader, is available to rent on Xfinity OnDemand and Redbox. The film is nominated for Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy and Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture – Musical Or Comedy (Amy Schumer).