What if the "ghost face" killer from Scream spent his days working a nine-to-five like any other person? That's the premise behind "Ghostface At Work," a short parody of Wes Craven's iconic horror series. Produced by Movieclips, "Ghostface" envisions a world in which Craven's masked villain lives a normal, mundane life as an office worker, peppered with cigarette breaks, office pranks, and water cooler banter.