Hot House is one of the best regarded, most awarded, and straight-up sexiest gay porn studios in the business.
Their movies and stars have swept award shows for years. And in recent years they’ve taken advantage of the internet revolution with the Backroom Exclusives, a series of direct-to-web clips available via smooth, fast streaming from the Hot House site.
Some of the scenes act as a training ground for up-and-cumming performers, getting them comfortable in front of the camera. It gives the guys in charge a chance to see if these guys really have the exhibitionist core that all good porn stars need.
Some scenes let us enjoy a hot straight guy pleasuring himself solo, if they’re not quite ready yet to make the jump to man-on-man action.
And some are just because the guys were horny and wanted to fuck. Hairy hunks, cute twinks, sporty jocks — they’re all here.
There are some seriously hot moments in here like pouting cutie Zack Randall taunting jockish JD Collin with a slow strip-tease before deep-throating Collin’s stiff nine-incher until his eyes water. Or the mesmerizing Ethan Wolfe’s giant dick staying absolutely rock hard as he bounces in Josh West’s lap.
The most recent scene pairs stacked redhead Blu Kennedy with furry stud Paul Wagner, in a scorching versatile flip-fuck scene.
Wagner was discovered by Hot House head Steven Scarborough in line at the West Hollywood Starbucks, whereas Kennedy is a cornfed Midwestern farmboy who honed his buttfucking skills in Kansas. Seeing handsome hulk Wagner spread his massive, powerful legs to let Kennedy go to town on his furry hole is a beautiful thing
And those are just a few scenes out of more than a hundred, going all the way back to 2007, all available under one simple membership plan.
With that same membership, you can watch scenes from all of Hot House’s big movie productions, covering everything from straightforward solo jerkoff moments to the most extreme, hardcore fetish stuff.
And the converse — the Backroom scenes are collected every couple of months into DVD compilations, available to be ordered online for those who prefer a hard copy. But it’s all part of an industry trend I’ve already remarked on: web first, DVD second.