Chris Warren first started loving horror films as a young kid, watching movies such as The Exorcist, Evil Dead, and Texas Chainsaw Massacre. He decided to take a stab at it in college, where he directed several shorts and studied under Molly Vernon. One of his shorts "How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse" was submitted into the Ed Wood Film Festival here in Houston, where it won Best Short Film. "After getting the first taste of winning, it was like an addiction. I just wanted to keep going," he said.

Shortly after winning Warren was introduced to Mel House, and he was then asked to come on to the set of Walking Distance, starting off as a PA and then shortly after becoming a Key Grip. After seeing his work on Walking Distance, Mel decided to produce and co-write with Chris for his first feature Imago with Lisa Wilcox (Nightmare on Elm Street 4+5), Debbie Rochon (Walking Distance), Natali Jones, Sean Brison and Omar Adam.

Warren continues to work on many projects in various positions. He aspires to continue working in this industry for the rest of his life.

Houston Horror Movie Credits include:
Imago - Director, Writer
Possum Walk - Assistant Director, Actor
Psychic Experiment (Walking Distance) - Key Grip