"Criterion's version may be the most attractive package they've ever put out. It's the shit. I would be in awe of it even if it held a movie I didn't like. It's got a beautiful design."
I'd like to echo the above sentiments from a blogger. I couldn't be more pleased with the way the package turned out. Everything about it is a delight to the eye. You managed to use BOTH my favorite cover designs, one on the box, the other on the disc holder fold-out. And I love the split photo of the gas station as you open the fold-out. And everything is so clean and simple.
Anyway, thanks very much for your integral contribution to the success of the DVD.
All the best,
"The Criterion Collection Two-Lane Blacktop two-disc set is an absolutely beautiful thing to buy, hold, unwrap and feel cool about owning. It's got the two DVDs with the remastered feature on one disc and several "looking back" video shorts by director Monte Hellman, plus Rudy Wurlitzer's original script and an essay booklet. It's a first-class package all the way."
"Two-Lane Blacktop" is a movie that I love because of the first time I saw it and because of the way it makes me feel, which is a completely internal situation on my own part.
I actually like it when others don't like "Two-Lane" because that's one less person I have to share it with. And I don't begrudge them their opinion, either, because this just isn't a movie for everyone. But it is for me.