Partially to keep with my absurd history of vivisecting the Doom franchise, I'm tempted to dissect Doom: The Movie.
It would be extremely educational. See, the movie goes through all the motions of being a scary movie, but utterly fails to build much in the way of tension. In fact, there's some pretty cool ideas in there. Like the girl who gets her hand severed: bringing her back alive was very clever.
Dissecting the movie in detail could reveal some of the critical ways to build a terrifying story - the difference between the right way and the two-degrees-off way that Doom did it. So close... but still, failure.
The problem is, I would want to do it in detail. Commenting on literally every scene. Talking about everything from filmography to set design to tension control. In fact, ideally it would be a modified version of the movie with me sitting in, MST3K-style, and pausing it to point out interesting details. Of course, that won't work, but the text version would also end up being painfully long.
The question is simple: is anyone interested in reading such a thing?