Well, to me censorship would be altering the film for a tv viewing, toning down the existing print to make it viable for other mediums. If the footage is heretofore unreleased most people will accept the theatrical version as the finished product. Going back to the days of VHS, before special features and extended cuts, would that make every violent film released 'censored'. We are blessed to have dvd and blu-ray now to have access to alternate versions, twenty years ago this would have been a moot point. I get what you're saying totally though and you are right in terms of the classic definition of censorship, I just think this is miles away from the days of the BBFC cutting films to bits or seizing copies of 'Night of the Demon'. It's not like this film lacked gore in the first place, and for those who want more there is now a way to get it. Don't see the big deal.