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- Director: Andrew Bermudez
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Once upon a time, a family of five is living happily in their suburban, two-story house until the day that their Aunt Mini moves in. She is loud, rude, and obnoxious, and makes nasty comments all day. Fed up with her bad behavior, the father kicks Aunt Mini out of the house.
Angry over the rejection she has received, she tries again and again to break in. At first, she knocks at the door and tricks them into letting her in, but they see through her disguise. She then finds more creative ways of getting back in, including catapulting her way in by using Little Timmy's see-saw in the backyard.
Eventually, the family gangs up and demands that Aunt Mini leaves them alone. Out of options and exhausted, she complies with their request and departs.
Aunt Mini's Revenge is the type of film that results when you take a budding filmmaker and his camera to the house of extended family, then leave him with just some toys, his imagination, and way too much time on his hands. Just like other Mustache Maniacs Film Co. films of that time, this film was made with nothing more than some props, a camera, and a stream of ideas. It was filmed sometime in 2004, but just one week later, Daniel Bermudez, at a reel screening, said, "This is horrible." The film was cancelled, and the footage was later taped over during the filming for Jolly Roger and the Pirate Queen.
- Aunt Mini (Andrew Bermudez)
- Father (Andrew Bermudez)
- Mother (Andrew Bermudez)
- Little Timmy (Andrew Bermudez)
- Little Girl (Andrew Bermudez)
- Andrew Bermudez - Creator, Director, Cameraman
- This is the first Mustache Maniacs Film Co. film to not feature live actors.
- Because this was filmed at the house of a relative to Andrew Bermudez, this is the first Mustache Maniacs Film Co. film to be filmed on location.
- This is the first Mustache Maniacs Film Co. film to be cancelled.