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1[[quoteright:350:]] ² [[caption-width-right:350:]]²²-->'''Brayden:''' My dad can get cranky sometimes.²-->'''Janet:''' He sure has a temper on him.²-->'''Brayden:''' [[Main/JerkAss He likes to shout.]] [[ThePollyanna I like to smile.]]²²''The Greasy Strangler'' is a comedy-horror film released on October 7th, 2016. The film is set in Los Angeles and follows Ronnie and his son, Brayden, who run a disco tour. When Brayden meets a woman named Janet on one of their tours, the relationship between father and son comes under threat as Ronnie and Brayden compete for the woman’s affection. Meanwhile, a serial killer called [[TitleDrop the Greasy Strangler]] stalks the streets.²²Notable for being [[NauseaFuel very]] [[{{Squick}} very greasy.]]²²!!''The Greasy Strangler'' includes examples of:²* BadBadActing: The hotdog vendor.²* BigBeautifulWoman: Janet.²* CoveredInGunge: [[spoiler: Big Ronnie]] as the Greasy Strangler [[spoiler: and Big Brayden at the end. ]]²* DirtyOldMan²* EarAche: The death of [[spoiler: Ricky Prickles.]]²* EyeScream: What happens to the Strangler's victims; their eyes literally pop out of their sockets. Which he then eats.²* FanDisservice: [[UpToEleven Yes]]²* GagPenis: Big Ronnie lives up to his name. [[TeenyWeenie Big Brayden not so much]].²* {{Gasshole}}: Big Ronnie²* GrossoutShow²* GrotesqueGallery²* LargeHam²* MotorMouth: The Indian Tourist. But only when he says the word "potato".²* MyBelovedSmother: Big Ronnie is a paternal example.²* OverlyLongGag:²** POTATO!!²** Similarly,Big Ronnie arguing with his tour group about free drinks.²** "Bullshit artist!"²** "Hootie Tootie Disco Cutie!"²* PaperThinDisguise: [[spoiler: Big Ronnie]] as the detective.²* SlidingScaleOfComedyAndHorror: Mostly comedy.²* TriangRelations: Between Big Ronnie, Big Brayden and Janet. [[spoiler: Ultimately, Brayden kills Janet; it's implied that this marks his complete transformation into a Greasy Strangler, which in turn improves his relationship with his father.]]


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