Watched this on the Sci-fi HD channel last night.
Plus points? There's some nice scenery, courtesy of a wintry Bulgaria (think Skyrim); the medieval village looks suitably cosy; I chuckled at a couple of scenes (the mortally wounded man gasping with his last breath where the Jabberwock's weak spot was, only for the cowardly Cid to say "sorry - what was that again?" and the dialog: "what's your preferred weapon?" - "My wits" - "You're gonna need something sharper ..."; also credit where it's due, the Jabberwock's clumsy movement on the ground is well done - rather like a pterasaur in Walking With Dinosaurs.
Negatives? Oh where do I start? Ok; this is meant to be early medieval culture, before plate armour was common, and yet the villagers have a stock pile of metal shields, some pretty advanced crossbows and are capable of producing a huge galvanised wrought-iron trap; the term Jabberwock wasn't coined until the 19th century; the term "sadist" comes from the Marquis de Sade (died 1814); continuity errors abound, such as pouring with rain one moment then dryzabone the next; the creature doesn't attack at night, so our hero decides to evacuate the women and children from the village under cover of broad daylight; one of the characters calls it Jabberwocky; the Jabberwock's head looks ridiculous, with jaws that work horizontally as well as vertically; love interest is decidedly luke warm; fight scenes fail to convince and the standard of acting rarely rises above the mediocre.
Perhaps I'm being a bit harsh (and more than a bit pedantic). Disengage your brain and this is not too painful a way to spend the 80 odd minutes, but it has to be said that the Terry Gilliam film of (almost) the same name is vastly more entertaining!