Hot Movies is a major US Video on Demand website.
Perhaps following the example of the more mainstream website, Amazon, scale matters when operating an internet resource. Customers are attracted to the websites that stock more or less everything and Hot Movies fits the bill. In fact it probably
needs the caveat that Hot Movies stocks nearly everything available in the US. Hot Movies does stock European films, but only those distributed in the US.
Hot Movies plays everything totally straight and in 10 years, Melon Farmers has not received a single complaint about customers not getting what they have paid for. (or anything else for that matter).
The website offers all sorts of navigation options to get to a film of interest, but whenever I use the site I have a title or star in mind and opt immediately for the search facility. It works perfectly well, but I always wonder why so many websites
offer such tiny little boxes to enter search terms.
I do enjoy using extensive sites such as Hot Movies. I may start off a session looking for a particular film but I am easily distracted by such options as being able to get a filmography of the stars in a film. I am often distracted from my basic
quest by the option to see the bio of a particularly attractive performer. Sometimes I get carried away with following up alternative leads and spending all my time available navigating rather than actually viewing.
Hot Movies has an enormous range of movies available along with plenty of viewing options. It is not quite so strong on critical reviews of what is hot and what is not.