In the grand custom of Heathers, Jawbreaker, Mean Girls, and Jennifer’s Body, comes Netflix’s Do Revenge — a dark comedy about two high-school ladies teaming as much as get revenge on those that did them incorrect.
Riverdale’s Camila Mendes stars as Drea, the previous it-girl at her highschool whose fame plunges after her boyfriend (Dash and Lily’s Austin Abrams) releases their intercourse tape. She companions with awkward switch scholar Eleanor (Maya Hawke of Stranger Things fame), who desires revenge on outdated bully Clarisse, who began a damning rumor about her at summer time camp years in the past. Together, the 2 have a plan to burn their adversaries to the bottom.
With the pastel aesthetic, plaid skirts, croquet mallets, and jokes about probably killing classmates, it’s clear that Do Revenge is drawing from Heathers and the pantheon of dark teenage woman comedies, however up to date for the 2020s. The film comes from Someone Great director Jennifer Kaytin Robinson.
Do Revenge hits Netflix on Sept. 16.