Parents' Guide to

Massive Monster Mayhem

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Kids duel with monsters in chaotic green-screen game show.

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This energetic series mixes live action and green screen technology to create a unique but ultimately chaotic game show. The hosts' banter, and the conversations between Master Mayhem and the Monster Superstars (which sometimes includes fart jokes) will amuse some kids, and no matter who wins, the final contestant is still a hero.

It's all in good fun, and no one gets hurt. But the human vs. monster rounds sometimes resemble crazy wrestling matches, which younger kids may want to emulate. The insults hurled at the Monsters by their warlord are very mild (like calling one a loser) but aren't particularly nice, either. Overall, Massive Monster Mayhem may appeal to kids who like action-driven challenges, gaming-type characters, and lots of chaos. But it's not particularly smart, and there's not a lot to be learned from it.

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