Following the tragic death of his wife, Richard (Alan Ruck) is unsettled by chilling events in their house.
As is generally the case with horror films, suspense is created in the editing room. With Ashes, editors will practice building that suspense using POV shots, flashbacks, and score. Editors will need to pick which moments are "jump out" scares and which moments build tension but leave the audience on edge. You will also enjoy editing the amazing work of actor Alan Ruck, who is most remembered for his role in Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Warning: This film is graphic and includes a scene of murder by ghost via shotgun to the head. It also includes a scene of a woman being burned alive. We rate this film R.
Ashes has an R rating from EditStock because there is a murder involving a shotgun that simulates suicide and the burning alive of a person. We believe this film is only appropriate in classrooms at the most liberal of art colleges, and is not appropriate for high school audiences. Horror films are an increasingly popular genre in American filmmaking society and many horror films are much more violent or graphic in nature than Ashes is. EditStock sees these film at festivals and cultural events that we visit, and we recognize that most of this storytelling is created by young people. It is for this reason that we feel this footage is appropriate for some colleges.
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