In 2013 Turner Stewart picked up a camera and began work on what he hoped would be the next great Canadian body-horror film. Over the course of two years and with the assistance of his directing partner Dionne Copland and dozens of friends, Turner was able to complete the film which he wrote, directed, produced, and starred in: Computer Hearts.
This groundbreaking, jaw dropping hyperkinetic film is a mix of techno-erotica, Freudian sexual derailment and electro-cyber nightmare. Man and computer begin to merge, and it goes all the way until every human instinct and impulse is transformed and rewired. Stop motion mutations and an oozing disc-drive vagina signal the failure of humanity to reign over its fetishistic relationship with its own technology, and once that happens -- well, it's time to pull out.
"Computer Hearts may not sound like the next amazing horror film but I can assure you that it is. This film deserves every bit of your time. Check it out because you will not be disappointed!" - Horror Society
"It’s dirty as hell." - Beneath the Underground
Computer Hearts Trailer
This is Not a Computer: The Making of Computer Hearts