Haven't you ever wanted to travel at ludicrous speed? It's easy to say that 'Spaceballs' made quite the impression on us all when we first saw it and now we get to relive the silliness again on Blu-ray this August with the 'Spaceballs' 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray.

'Spaceballs' came out in 1987, and although it didn't do spectacular at the box office that year, it remained to be one of Mel Brook's most well-received comedies of his career. The hilarious movie spoofed 'Star Wars' and 'Star Trek' (duh) and is wonderfully quotable from beginning to end.

So what kind of special features should you expect from the Blu-ray? There are several commentary tracks including one from Mel Brooks and a couple in the language of Dinkese and Mawgese. Who doesn't want to speak like Barf?

There are also several featurettes laid out within the Blu-ray that include one on John Candy, Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan and 'Farce Yourself! Spaceballs and the Skroobing of Sci-Fi'. That's not to mention one of the best special features of them all, watching the entire movie in ludicrous speed. Does that mean you'll have watched the whole movie within five minutes? We'll just have to wait and see when the Blu-ray comes out. You can also check out their art gallery, blooper section and the theatrical trailers.

'Spaceballs' 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray will be out in retail stores on August 7th. You can pre-order your copies July 11th, so don't forget!