I’d actually been thinking that people should be doing podcasts like this – heckling voice-over tracks for new episodes of TV shows and stuff. It completely dodges the whole copyright issue.
I want to do a fake commentary track for a slasher movie:
Director: And here you’re running away again. Like you were a minute ago… you got tired, doing all that running away or something, I guess?
Girl Who Played Final Girl: I don’t know! It was really fun!
Director: And here’s the killer again – in that spooky mask again! Damn, that mask was pretty spooky! Was it, uhhhh, was it pretty hot? Uh, in the mask?
Girl: I don’t know! It –
Director: I was talking to, uhhhh, the other guy, here –
Guy Who Played Killer: Uh? Uhhh… you fell down again.
Girl: I did?! Oh, you mean in the movie – ahahaha, I get confused, I always get –
Director: See, I liked this with all the falling down, I mean when we were filming, because it was very, uhhhh, it was very allusive, you know, to the other movie, and uhhhh, I like Hitchcock, he is sort of my mentor in a way –
Guy: You fell down again.
Girl: Ahahahaha! I don’t know!
Director: …but maybe it was too much… I put my son’s birthday on that sign, I like that. For the viewers, nice little thing… I think I might’ve… I got it wrong, though.