It seems to me like there is a good market for seeing movies that were originally trimmed to avoid an "X" or "NC-17" rating fully uncut on DVD. More recent films are getting special unrated editions, but I think DVD provides a great opportunity to re-edit some older movies that have never before been seen fully uncut. Robocop is a good example. The only way to see it was by bad workprint bootlet videos until Criterion got ahold of it. Also uncut versions of American Pie 1, American Psycho, Basic Instinct, Original Sin, etc. It's getting so popular to have "unrated" attached to a DVD that even movies that were never trimmed are just sticking extra stuff in there and slapping an unrated on the cover (Pitch Black, Van Wilder, Sweetest Thing, Road Trip, etc.) That's why I'm surprised some of the more notoriously cut movies aren't available on DVD yet. I would really LOVE to see uncut versions of: Hard Target - Something like 20 minute of violence were cut for an R rating. Hardware Total Recall - almost every violent scene was heavily cut Scream - one version of the VHS in uncut but mistakenly labeled R. Friday the 13th parts 1,2,3,5,6,7, and 8 Nightmare on Elm Street 5 Menace to Society - Would like to see uncut, including the infamous "prison riot" scene Eyes Wide Shut The Burning (1981) Nightbreed Phantasm II and III My Bloody Valentine - finally being released by Paramount, but in the toned-down R rated cut Cherry Falls Valentine and those are just a few off the top of my head. I don't think any of those movies are available uncut in any format (except for Nightmare and Scream), so wouldn't it make sense for studios to re-edit and re-release them? With uncut Monster's Ball, Resident Evil, and Last House on the Left all coming out it seems to be getting better, but what about all the other, older movies?