.... maybe with some thumbnail warning like other stores.
I have nothing at all against nudity, or gore. My favorite film franchises are Nightmare on Elm Street and Halloween. I don’t want my niece watching them, though, at her age and at this point in time.
Personally, I think nudity and gore should be allowed in the store- there’s a good market for them - if there were a basic filter in place, and a simple “Allowed adult content” option in the Account preferences section. Until then, I can see a no nudity stance being enforced, but for questionable items, such as gore or shock/horror themed items, a small change in the thumbnail is a perfect solution. If you click on a product called Severed Man, you would definitely expect to see a severed man. But that way it keeps the promo thumbnail off of general viewing by just browsing (and may entice others to click on the product link, just too see what the product looks like, generating further traffic and interest. Nothing screams click me like a censored tag)