Do Revenge movie review

Do Revenge movie review: New Netflix dark comedy puts Gen Z twist on Hitchcock’s Strangers on a Train

Do Revenge is a fun little companion piece to writer-director Jennifer Kaytin Robinson’s 2016 show Sweet/Vicious. 

Prematurely cancelled after just one season, Sweet/Vicious was a darkly comedic vigilante story about two young women 

who exact vengeance against sexual abusers on their college campus.

Netflix talents Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke as a couple of ‘wounded soldiers on the battlefield of adolescence’, 

Do Revenge combines the social satire of Clueless and the psychological thrills of Alfred Hitchcock’s Strangers on a Train