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Madhouse may refer to:
- Madhouse, a colloquial term for a psychiatric hospital or other mental institution
- Madhouse, the nickname given to Double One in darts
- Madhouse (1974 film), a 1974 film featuring Vincent Price
- Madhouse (1981 film), a 1981 Italian horror film
- Madhouse (1990 film), a 1990 film starring Kirstie Alley and John Larroquette
- Madhouse (2004 film), a 2004 film starring Joshua Leonard
- Madhouse Records, a record label
- Madhouse (band), an American band that was a side project for Prince
- Madhouse Duo, a Brazilian electronic rock band
- Madhouse, a band featuring Ovidiu Lipan
- Madhouse, an American gothic rock band by Monica Richards
- Mad'House, a French house music project group that did cover songs of Madonna
- Madhouse: The Very Best of Anthrax, an album by Anthrax
- Madhouse (Silver Convention album), a 1976 album by Silver Convention
- "Madhouse" (song), by the thrash metal band Anthrax
- "Mad House", song from Rihanna's 2009 album Rated R
- "Madhouse", a song from Little Mix's album DNA
- Madhouse, a 1980–1985 British TV comedy series starring Russ Abbot
- MadHouse (TV series), a television series about weekly racing at Bowman Gray Stadium
- Madhouse on Castle Street, a 1963 BBC television play co-starring Bob Dylan
- Archie's Mad House, a comic book series published by Archie Comics
- Madhouse: A Tragic Tale of Megalomania and Modern Medicine, a 2005 book
- Madhouse (novel), a novel by Rob Thurman
- The Madhouse, an 1819 painting by Francisco de Goya
- Madhouse (ride), a type of theme park attraction manufactured by Vekoma
- Madhouse (company), a Japanese animation studio
- Chicago Stadium's nickname "The Madhouse on Madison"
- Madhouse (magazine), Argentine heavy metal magazine
- Bowman Gray Stadium's nickname.
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