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[edited to reflect actual cost of funeral]
Dear Made Of Fail friends and family:
At 12:30 am on Monday, October 21st, Dayna’s grandfather passed away. She is currently in Illinois assisting her family with funeral arrangements and other necessities.
At the moment, Dayna’s father John is unemployed and the family has no money for funeral expenses. The cost of the funeral has been billed at $11,000, and the money is simply not in the family at the time and is needed ASAP. If you can help in any way, there is a link below directly to John’s PayPal account. If you cannot help, please spread the word – reblog, RT, anything you can do. John will also be listing auctions of musical equipment and comics in the weeks to come on eBay, and Made Of Fail will be posting those as they go up.
The October episode of Made Of Fail will unfortunately be cancelled due to both Dayna’s bereavement and also Kevin’s, whose great-Aunt Ruth passed away on the same night. We will be back in November with a guest.
Thank you all for listening, and for your great hearts.
It’s Jak’s pick this month, as he, Angie, and Noel soak in the glow 80s Mowtown pop, martial arts wizardry, flesh-eating bog creature living room displays, pizzeria defilement, and adolescent leather pants.
Noel and Tony are shocked to discover that the Sectaurs comic book not only does not suck like the sucky TV series which sucked, but is actually quite significantly not sucky.
Autumn is the season of pumpkins, turkeys, and early cancellations—of which this season has had blissfully few. Sleepy Hollow, Dracula, Almost Human, The Black List, and… some other show… (I’m sure there was another show) have all premiered to varying degrees of success (degrees of success have been directly proportional to quality of crack and camp supplied by the shows). As always, Reidan, Alina, and Kayleigh have opinions and are not shy about sharing.
Click here to listen to the new episode of Anglo-Filles.
In the site’s first written review, Noel takes a look at Prey, an unproduced screenplay about three women who set out to climb a mountain, and the horrible horrible ways in which it doesn’t go well.
Tony and Noel shrug as the entire point of this show destroys itself and they have nothing left to vaguely care about. Sectaurs!
Noel and Tony die of thirst during their latest Sectaurs adventure, in which the Viper Vines send the Knights of the Shining Realm through the Acid Desert to find the Medicine Beetle atop Mount Sectaur while avoiding the Laser Bugs.
In their latest episode, Julia, Alexander, and Noel lay siege to John Carpenter’s 1976 action classic.
Tony and Noel scitter into their latest installment of Sectaurs, where Godzilla roams, deposed politicians run taverns, and centipedes fear moustaches.