Last year, I had the opportunity to check out Gillian Wallace Horvat
’s pitch-black meta horror comedy I Blame Society
, and more than 12 months later, it has still stuck with me (I’ve even taken up calling people I don’t like “Stalin” now—thanks Gillian!). But not only is it entertaining, I Blame Society
is an incredibly thought-provoking exploration of the trials and tribulations of indie filmmaking and one of the ballsiest movies to come along in some time. And now that the film is making its home media debut today, courtesy of Kino Lorber
, I thought that this was the perfect time to catch up with Horvat to talk about her experiences working on her feature film debut.
During our interview with Horvat, she discussed blurring the lines between fiction and reality to play a version of herself in I Blame Society
as well as why she felt