There's plenty of sex, a catty girl-fight that leaves the losers topless, and car chases and shootouts galore, but what makes Coffy a blaxploitation classic is Grier's Amazonian presence and fiery charisma, and the gritty, low-budget action scenes marked by visceral, wincing violence. Mob strong-arm Sid Haig (Spider Baby) cackles while dragging his victim (a strutting peacock pimp played by Nashville's Robert DoQui) behind a speeding car in a sadistic lynching, and Grier runs down one bad guy with a speeding car and takes care of another with a shotgun to the groin. Hill had previously directed Grier in The Big Doll House and The Big Bird Cage. Their next and last picture together, Foxy Brown, was originally written as the sequel to Coffy. --Sean Axmaker --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
For a blaxploitation movie this one isn't too bad, thanks largely to Pam Grier. She is one tough lady in this interesting retooling of "The Bride that Wore Black," only... Read morePublished on April 20 2004 by James Ferguson
From the information from other sites I am to believe that this is not an 'Anamorphic/16:9 enhanced' DVD. Foxy Brown is. All Region 2's in the MGM Blaxploitation-series are...Published on July 18 2003 by dniez
I like this show. It bites. Pam is superb in it, and proves she can act as well as do the physical end of really wild and rapid action scenes. Read morePublished on Dec 5 2002
You do this movie such an injustice by giving it silly trendy lables. Screw lables. The boobs and violence are only there because in that lifestyle there's plenty of both. Read morePublished on Nov. 7 2002 by D. McClure
I'll be honest, I just purchased this movie to see Pam Grier naked and I must say, there's some excellent nude scenes in this movie... Read morePublished on Sept. 28 2002 by Sal Paradise
I've always been a big Pam Grier fan, however this is definitely not her best film. Unfortunately like many blaxploitation films, this film seemed so monotenous and predictable. Read morePublished on June 10 2002 by M. Katayama
Eventhough "Foxy Brown" is my favorite, Pam Grier really shines on "Coffy". Her acting ability matures a great deal in this 1973 classic. Read morePublished on May 22 2002 by mrfunknsoul