We saw this last night.
It was great. The acting and production was awesome. It was in period-correct English, so it was a tough to catch what they were saying sometimes - apparently it's easier the second time around. It was really creepy and I would say scary, but it wasn't jumpy like most movies are these days. It was a great mix of bringing 17th century Christian folklore to life, and using that to critique organized religion and social standards/gender roles. Some reviews are complaining about it being slow, but I didn't think that at all - I went in prepared for it to be a slow burn, but I thought the pacing was great and it was exciting the entire time.
Would definitely recommend.