It's a long story, but I'll try to condense it.
I've got a youtube channel I made a while ago. Kinda like a channel to "parody" conspiracy theorists as a whole. In short, I make up an alter-ego and make videos discussing various conspiracies that almost always have nothing to back themselves up (such as claiming that Neil Young himself is an alien because one of his songs mention spaceships). And between those videos, I usually have something relating to the subject with old 90s rave music playing loudly in the background. In a way, you can think of it like Chris Chan mixed with "Real Ultimate Power" and "Ghosts/Aliens", if that's a way of putting it.
Back to the original topic, I have decided that the channel itself was getting hard to keep up, simply due to laziness and me moving onto other ventures. As such, I've been thinking about "killing off" the channel. But like Neil Young said, "It's better to burn out than to fade away". Considering that statement, I've decicded that instead of simply abandoning the channel and leaving it as-is, I could make some kind of movie telling why there won't be no more videos from that channel. I haven't thought much about it, aside from that it should be a mockumentary thing where the movie is presented as "Trey" going around and trying to garner attention for alien hunting, going out to hunt them, and quite possibly never returning.
My question to you guys is, how would I make a movie like this and make it presentable, and not like a sh*tty middle school film project? So far, the plan is for the movie to be about half an hour long (for now), be a single-camera setup (much like borat), and have a lot of unnecessary and unfitting techno music, much like the original videos. As usual, any help is appreciated