‘The Unknowable’ Exclusive Key Art Reveals The Strange Cosmic Horror

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The Unknowable

Director Zach Donohue terrified us with The Den in 2010, and now he’s back with some distinctly horrifying cosmic terror in the new series The Unknowable. Venturing outside of the confines of a computer screen, but keeping a foot squarely in the realm of found footage, Donohue’s new series crosses decades and dimensions to tell a terrifying tale about witches, cosmic beings, and the clown with no paint on his face.

Read the full synopsis below:

The Unknowable is a faux-True Crime horror documentary about the Wilcox family, who moved to a remote property in the Mojave Desert in 1948, compelled by visions of a strange alien species. The family spent the year attempting to make contact — but in that time, would draw the unwanted attention of other more malevolent and unspeakable forces, becoming the subjects of the most disturbing unsolved mystery the world we live in would never know… until now.

We’re excited to reveal the official poster for The Unknowable, which you can watch now on YouTube. The poster was created by illustrator Chelsea Lowe, who designed the official posters forTwo Witches and No Exit. You can view her work at cmloweart.com or by following her at @cmloweart on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

UNKNOWABLE POSTER Green 72dpi 960x1418 - 'The Unknowable' Exclusive Key Art Reveals The Strange Cosmic Horror of the Wilcox Family

Donohue directed all ten episodes of the series with Kyle Cooper serving as a producer. This is a Jackalope Studio Production. All ten episodes are currently available to stream on Youtube right now.

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