A reality show about ten people who have to live in a house with a Vampire, a Voodoo Priestess, a Naturalist, a Wiccan, and a Modern Primitive, all vying for a $100,000 prize.
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A reality show about ten people who have to live in a house with a Vampire, a Voodoo Priestess, a Naturalist, a Wiccan, and a Modern Primitive, all vying for a $100,000 prize.

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Typical Sci-Fi ridiculousness.
22 April 2004 | by (California, United States) – See all my reviews

"Mad Mad House" is typical Sci-Fi programming: low budget, bad theme, and very laughable. Everything comes off as scripted and acted out, and it's the sort of thing you'd expect to be a prank on a hidden camera show. I don't know if the "alts" practice off camera what they do on the show, but I simply cannot take any of them seriously. The contestants--who seem to be acting rather than genuinely participating in a contest--live together and are given tests and competitions each week, eventually leading to them being eliminated one by one. The winning contestant gets a large sum of cash. "Mad Mad House" is merely entertainment and should be viewed as such, and one can easily be sucked into the absurdity if they forget it's on the same network that brings us syndicated classics such as "Crossing Over with John Edward." Unless you're a die-hard Sci-Fi fan or have a desire to watch people bob for bat-shaped sheet metal in a pool of fake blood, you'd be better off skipping this show.


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