Certainly not the best 70s Price romp but I think there's enough to enjoy if you're looking for a period piece. Many people will have a problem with the gender dynamics but it's a 17th century set movie so that's to be expected, it's only a problem if you want it to be, otherwise it's a decent movie. It's kind of a werewolf movie but the focus is witchcraft and heretics, maybe more of a focus on horror and less drama would have made it more entertaining but it's one of those 'good for a Sunday afternoon' type things.
This, Beetlejuice, Nightmare Before Christmas, and Edward Scissorhands always make me pine for the Tim Burton of yesteryear. I love the absolute capturing of the Hammer Horror gothic vibes, folklore, comedy and music. I think the CGI involving the witch hasn't aged particularly well but what we see in the final act is pretty decent. This is one of those must watch around Halloween movies that will never grow old for me.