Well, this film has been slated by both critic's and reviewers alike, it's really not that bad, in fact i quite enjoyed it.
True, twas a bit ''Camp'' and as far as i'm aware 'America' was yet to be discovered ( Nicolas Cage's accent ) during those dark days.
'Nicolas Cage' (Behmen Von Bleibruck) and 'Ron Perlman' (Feison) are 'knight's' of the Church during the Crusades, after many years of battle the two become disilusioed of the cause they were fighting for.
They dessert , and head home only to find the land 'rife' with the plague.
The two are arrested as desserter's but given the chance to redeem themselves by escorting what is believed to be the cause of the misery 'a Witch' ....they, along with a guide a priest and a few soldiers are to go to a remote 'Monastery' where the 'Monk's' would 'try' the suspected Witch and rid the land of her curse through a ritual.
The journey has many problems, also upon reaching their destination ''all is not well''
The film has several battle and fight sequences along with some ''Horror' scenes, coupled with some good 'Special-Effects'
give it a go........it's really not a bad watch. (As I've mentioned before, I tend to follow 'Nicholas Cage' movies.