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2) The Man in the High Castle (2015-2019) Like Hunters, The Man in the High Castle imagines a different version of the United States; but while Hunters looks at what some minor changes might do to the bigger picture, High Castle changes the entire canvass. This show's premise, in a nutshell, is around the idea of a what if: What if the United States lost World War II, and instead Germany and Japan were in charge? The show lasted for four seasons, all of which are streaming on Amazon Prime. Stream The Man in the High Castle Here See the original post on Youtube Amazon Prime Video@Youtube

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3) Watchmen (2019) We love Watchmen here at Men's Health, in just about every form. As a quasi-sequel to Alan Moore's seminal graphic novel, this series mixes real history with a fictional story of heroes and vigilantism. Sound familiar? Anyway, the show gives you a badass Regina King, a mirror-masked Tim Blake Nelson , a villainous Jeremy Irons, and a few more surprises along the way. If you haven't watched yet, what are you waiting for? Stream Watchmen Here See the original post on Youtube HBO@Youtube

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4) Catch-22 (2019) A few different adaptations of Joseph Heller's classic war satire have made it through production, including a star-studded (Alan Arkin, Martin Sheen, Bob Newhart, Art Garfunkel) 1970 Mike Nichols movie. But for the best take (and most watchable) on Heller's book, we're going with last year's Hulu series, which did a brilliant job at capturing the absurdity of war. Led by Christopher Abbott (Girls, James White) as Yossarian, the show's cast also includes George Clooney and Kyle Chandler as senior officers in addition to the Yossarian's fellow air squadron soldiers. Like Hunters, the show mixes the grim reality of war with self-reflective humor. Stream Catch-22 Here See the original post on Youtube Hulu@Youtube

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5) Grindhouse (2007) While about half of Hunters goes for a drama that deals with the reality of the pain caused by the horrors of the Holocaust and the Nazi regime, the other half of the show is a campy, over-the-top, B-movie romp. If part of Hunters feels like Inglorious Basterds, the other part feels like another Tarantino project: Grindhouse. Sometimes known as Grindhouse and other times split into Planet Terror and Death Proof, this was originally released in theaters as a double feature; the former movie directed by Robert Rodriguez and the latter by Tarantino, with a number of fake trailers playing in between the two. The movie unfortunately is hard to find these days in its theatrical form, but watching the two movies on their own is super easy. Stream Planet Terror Here Stream Death Proof Here See the original post on Youtube trailerforsure@Youtube

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6) Band of Brothers (2001) If you want some of the backstory on what happened in WWII, there aren't many better depictions than Band of Brothers, the all-time great war series from Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks that aired on HBO back in 2001. Starring Ron Livingston (Office Space) and Damian Lewis (Homeland, Billions), this show focuses in on the lives of the soldiers who were in the WWII trenches. A follow-up, The Pacific was released a decade later, and a third installment is in the works at AppleTV+ right now. Stream Band of Brothers Here See the original post on Youtube C Gaspar@Youtube

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7) The Plot Against America (2020) We'll be up front with you: this one isn't out quite yet. But in March, HBO will debut The Plot Against America, from The Wire showrunner David Simon and based on the book of the same name by Philip Roth. Another revisionist history tale, The Plot Against America imagines a country where Franklin Delano Roosevelt was instead defeated in the presidential election by Charles Lindbergh, and the country slowly but surely teetered toward fascism. The cast is led by John Turturro and Winona Ryder, and frankly, we can't wait. Hold Your Spot to Stream The Plot Against America Here See the original post on Youtube HBO@Youtube

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8) Jojo Rabbit (2019) More WWII comedy! Jojo Rabbit comes from the same spirit as the movies Mel Brooks made back in the '70s and '80s, finding comedy, satire, and heart in something that in reality was quite grim. The movie recently won director Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok and The Mandalorian)his first Oscar, for Best Adapted Screenplay. Stream Jojo Rabbit Here See the original post on Youtube SearchlightPictures@Youtube

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9) Blazing Saddles (1974) While Hunters goes for satire and political comedy in dangerous waters (to arguably mixed success) the originator of that jam was Mel Brooks' classic Blazing Saddles. Not only did Saddles masterfully spoof the entire genre of Western movies, but it also did something that not many movies of the era had the courage to do: make comedy out of the racial tension that was very real at the time. Stream Blazing Saddles Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Classic Trailers@Youtube

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10) Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood (2019) OK, last Tarantino entry, promise! His latest, Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood is yet another revisionist history flick, following in the footsteps of Basterds and Django Unchained. If you liked how Hunters and Basterds played around with the real-life events of both during and post WWII, you'll probably like how this one plays around with the movie-loving year of 1969; Charles Manson and company figure prominently, and you won't believe how it all plays out. Stream Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood Here See the original post on Youtube Sony Pictures Entertainment@Youtube

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11) Tropic Thunder (2008) It doesn't quite hit the same marks as Hunters, but if you're looking to mix war, comedy, and movies (like Josh Radnor's Hunters character, Lonny Flash), you can't do much better than Tropic Thunder. Directed by and starring Ben Stiller, this 12-year-old comedy has a stacked cast (Stiller, Robert Downey Jr, Jack Black, and the greatest Tom Cruise you'll ever see), and probably has more laughs per-capita than any movie this side of Superbad. Stream Tropic Thunder Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Classic Trailers@Youtube