Where Can I Watch Turn Me On, Dammit!?

Turn Me On, Dammit! was first screened at film festivals, including the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival, the Zurich Film Festival, and the Stockholm International Film Festival. In Norway, the film had a wider opening in August 2011, and the film opened in the United States in March 2012. The US release, however, was limited to only a handful of major cities like New York. In the UK, the movie was released on DVD and Blu-Ray in 2013. Though the film is no longer in circulation, organizations and theaters will occasionally hold screenings of the film. In Glasgow, for example, an organization called GWL screened the film as part of their "Sex in the Women's Library Film Season", a series of film screenings focused on female sexuality. Additionally, some TV channels in your area may screen the film from time to time, depending on the area you live in and the channels available.

Because the movie is no longer circulating in theaters, film lovers looking to watch Turn Me On, Dammit! may have some difficulty finding where to watch the movie – especially since many traditional DVD and Blu-Ray retailers often neglect to carry foreign films in store. However, the movie is available to stream and purchase from a number of different services in the United States. These retailers and services include:
Netflix
Amazon
The iTunes Store
Best Buy

If you are unable to stream Turn Me On, Dammit! through Netflix, the most economical option for seeing the film is to purchase and download it through iTunes. Although it is an Apple product, iTunes can be downloaded onto any computer and some non-Apple devices. The physical DVD can be a bit more expensive, and because the film is critically acclaimed but not immensely popular, DVDs commonly sell out quickly. However, unlike a downloaded copy, you are less likely to lose a DVD in the event of a computer crash.

You can also check with your local library to see if they carry Turn Me On, Dammit! on DVD or Blu-Ray. Many libraries in large cities have decent selections of foreign films, and because Turn Me On, Dammit! is highly acclaimed, there is a good chance your local library may carry it. Additionally, if your local library does not have the film on hand, it can request the film through an inter-library loan. If you are looking to watch the film on a limited budget, your local library may be your best option.

Good luck, and enjoy the movie!