Signs Top Studios

Pay-per-minute Website has signed on a slew of new studios for its program, including Vivid, Legend, Hustler, VCA, Adam & Eve, Red Light District, Homegrown Video, Xplor Media, In-X-Cess, Dreamland, Erotic Angel, Sticky Video, Typhoon Pictures, Christopher Clark’s Evil Empire, Futureworks/Destiny, Dane, Wildlife Productions, and more. offers surfers top Internet porn for only eight cents per minute. There are no membership fees, no recurring billing and no hidden charges.

“We’ve been in this business for years and we’ve found that people do not want to join membership sites anymore,” HotMovies president Richard Cohen told “They are tired of the recurring billing, the cross-sales, the spam and so forth. So we wanted a product where they pay as they go. What they want, when they want it. At, they pay one flat fee, they buy a package of minutes just like a phone card, it costs them eight cents a minute and they watch over 6,000 movies of Internet porn.”

“People don’t want to join a membership site where they get billed every month,” Cohen added. “They want to pay $10 or $20 and get a package of minutes and want to watch 20 minutes here, half an hour there. They don’t always want to watch a whole movie. The average time is maybe five minutes on each movie. A scene here, a scene there.” offers Webmasters the chance to give their paying customers 15 free minutes to plus make a similar offer to their non-paying customers for just one dollar. Webmasters who start giving out free minutes can start building their own monthly income.

National A-1 Internet launched in January 2003. As of November 2003, claims to be the fastest growing Pay-Per-Minute Internet website with over 6,000 available titles and adding more every day.

“Most of the major movie studios go along with this philosophy and they love it,” said Cohen. “The companies make money for doing nothing basically. It’s great exposure for their videos.”

The folks at National A-1 Internet and believe Pay-Per-Minute is the future of the Internet.

“The reaction has been wonderful,” Cohen enthused. “It’s done better than we ever thought.”