00:40 — Check out this Wizard Ops trailer featuring Michael Winslow from Police Academy fame.
00:50 — Animated version of the story of a young girl who leaves her grandfather's home in the Swiss Alps to live in the city.
01:23 — When a budget cut forces the state to close one of two prominent police academies, both schools take steps to make sure theirs is the one that survive (more…)
02:16 — When forced to comply with an open admissions policy, a police academy must cope with a motley crew of misfits. First and best of the series!
Jessica Chobot and Kavin Pereira discuss viral videos, including Beyonce making a fan sing, Perry Springer and Michael Winslow doing Led Zeppelin.
From a galaxy, well, not so far away comes the Collectors Edition DVD of Mel Brooks 1987 sci-fi spoof.
05:53 — We get an interview with SFX Wizard Michael Wisnlow and get some advice on creating sfx from our mouths.
01:27 — Our heroes pursue three morons on a crime wave. When will this madness end?
01:27 — Just when you thought the cold war was over, our fearless crime fighters invade the Kremlin. So much for glastnost.
01:20 — This time around, our heroes in blue become instructors to a citizen's crime-fighting program. Notable only for early appearance by Stone!
01:22 — First sequel, in which our hopeless heroes clean up their vandalized community. If you liked the first one...
01:29 — Academy graduates tangle with jewel thieves while attending a police convention in Miami. Another installment in the apparently unending misadventures (more…)
A New York City drug dealer decides to get out of the business, but has to flee from mobsters in Alphabet City (1984).
Only a rogue space merchant can stop an evil dictator from stealing a planet's air supply in Mel Brooks' parody of Star Wars, Spaceballs(1987).
Instruments are for suckers.