A ruthless mercenary renounces violence after learning his soul is bound for hell. When a young girl is kidnapped and her family slain by a sorcerer's murderous cult, he is forced to fight and seek his redemption slaying evil.

Solomon Kane: If I kill you, I am bound for hell. It is a price I shall gladly pay.
Malachi: Why do you care for her? You came here to save your soul.
Solomon Kane: She IS my soul.
Solomon Kane: My God. Only you can help me now.
Solomon Kane: There are many paths to redemption, not all of them peaceful.
Solomon Kane: There is evil walking this earth, and I will hunt it down, and send it burning back to Hell.
Solomon Kane: [kills a fleeing soldier in the back] I am the only devil here.
[first lines]
Solomon Kane: [narrating] There was a time when the world was plunging into darkness. A time of witchcraft and sorcery. A time when no one stood against evil.
Solomon Kane: I am not yet ready for Hell
Solomon Kane: I'm a man of peace now.
Meredith Crowthorn: How... What are they?
Solomon Kane: These? They are the story of my life. See? Some of my own making; these marks and symbols here.
Meredith Crowthorn: What do they mean?
Solomon Kane: They are for... protection. Others, here, are wounds.
Meredith Crowthorn: How were you hurt?
Solomon Kane: I've been shot, stabbed and beaten more times than I can recall. These here, was a spear thrust by a tribesman of Africa.
Meredith Crowthorn: Africa? You were at sea?
Solomon Kane: I was a captain.
Meredith Crowthorn: Captain Kane.
Solomon Kane: Miss Meredith; how can I be of service?
Meredith Crowthorn: I made some clothes for you as your others were so torn.
Solomon Kane: I shall wear them with pride.
Solomon Kane: I was never more at home than I was at battle.

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