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Horror movies usually get the cold shoulder at the Oscars, but 'Get Out' and 'The Shape of Water' have a chance to break through

Horror films have often been overlooked by the Oscars throughout its 90-year history. Only one has won best picture, and only a handful have been nominated. This year's race sees two nominated — "Get Out" and "The Shape of Water." "The Silence of the Lambs" is a notable Oscar best-picture winner for many reasons. It's one of only three films in the Oscar's 90-year history to win the "big five" awards of picture, actor, actress, director, and screenplay.
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