I'm a bit johnny-come-lately on this one, I suppose. But I couldn't find a thread mentioning this film anywhere, even though I swear this is where I first heard about this film. Anyway, the basic story is about witch hunts during the Black Plague. A young monk, who is questioning his faith, joins up with a ruthless band of church-sanctioned thugs who are visiting towns unaffected by the plague searching for witches. Violence and mayhem ensue. It starts off a bit dull and it feels like it was shot during off days on the sets of Game of Thrones, and the presence of Sean Bean really helps it feel that way. And, I'll also warn that it took a while for me to get interested in it. The characters are either boring or cliche. It has touches of Name of the Rose, Wicker Man, and Witchfinder General, which are definitely superior films. However, there were several points where I found myself saying, "Ya'know, it would be really interesting if..." only to have that be an actual plot point 10-15 minutes later. And, once they start to cross the marshes, it picks up a really nice ambiance of dread. It won't seem like a horror film at first, and it may not be when all is said and done. But, it is certainly a grim little thing with a lot of violence. And when it reaches the conclusion, it actually has some nice little twists that I actually found rather provocative. I'd definitely recommend it to any fans of the other films/shows mentioned already.