When a medieval monk unexpectedly dies in a horrific way, the Church sends Mateho the Inquisitor, a rational man of science, to investigate the alleged 'witch'. When Mateho himself becomes ... See full summary »

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Kurt Knight

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Kurt Knight
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Jake Stormoen ... Mateho
Kristian Nairn ... Johnny
Adam Johnson ... Felix
Michael Flynn ... Scipio
Baylee Self ... Isabel
Cameron Samora Cameron Samora ... Peiter
Jon Lindsey Jon Lindsey ... Eduardo
Nathan Stevens ... Aldo
Oscar R. Sanchez ... Inigo (as Oscar Sanchez)
Cornelius O'Connor Cornelius O'Connor ... Teton
Eric Millward Eric Millward ... Vicente
Kenneth F. Brown ... Gregorio
John Hinckley ... Russo
Courtney Stevens Courtney Stevens ... Witch
Spencer Belnap Spencer Belnap ... Creepy Man
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When a medieval monk unexpectedly dies in a horrific way, the Church sends Mateho the Inquisitor, a rational man of science, to investigate the alleged 'witch'. When Mateho himself becomes implicated as more monks die mysteriously, he must learn that science cannot explain the horrors around him, before he is seduced by the evil that haunts this monastery.

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Horror | Thriller

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When the Inquisitor is first noticed to go to the village he must trek many days if not weeks to get to the monastery. Yet, when he first examines the body, now dead since before even the inquisitor was summoned, there is no obvious lividity or stiffness of the dead body. By this time it should be beginning to decompose and the muscles very stiff, almost board like. See more »

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When the inquisitor arrives he passes 2 monks using potato peelers. Potato peelers were created until the 1800's. Prior to that knives were used. See more »

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The original is better
14 December 2018 | by thefanfxSee all my reviews

And its called The Name of the Rose (1986) , a weak remake lost the original feel


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4 December 2020 (Germany) See more »

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