This observation is in comparison to the marked-up, splicy copy Joy's Twin Cinema had at the time, the VHS I made off HBO in the 80's, the first DVD release, which was 4:3 "pan and scan", and the next "anamorphic" DVD release*. Granted, it will still never be "perfect", because it was technically a "low budget" movie while in production and the cinematography wasn't great as a result, but I'm impressed with this release. Universal didn't try to filter out film grain either, which is a big PLUS in my book, being a film nerd!
This movie, apart from being entertaining no matter HOW many times I watch it, brings up fond memories also. I originally saw it by myself when I was around 12 years old. Liked it so much, talked mom and dad into seeing it with me in the theater next time I went. It was probably the first time in my memory dad went to a theater. Shortly after he saw the film, he bought CB radios from Radio Shack (23 channel at the time I think, had a knob, no digital display) for his 1966 Chevy pickup and moms 1976 Ford LTD. I'm guessing he MUST have enjoyed the movie also.
*= I skipped the standalone Blu-ray release, but it's included in the new 4k box.