Melanie Papalia has been stalked by a web-chatroom killer before, in the execrable Smiley. In the inventive low-budget horror thriller The Den, though, she has a much better vehicle, and a starring role to boot. The Canadian-born actress plays a graduate student who undertakes a study on the eponymous video-chat site, witnesses a gruesome murder via webcam, and soon finds herself trapped in a twisted game in which she and loved ones are targeted for the same grisly fate. I recently had a chance to speak with Papalia one-on-one, about the film, bad Skype connections, ChatRoulette nudity, Uwe Boll, and how John Travolta would have pronounced her name at the Oscars. The conversation is excerpted over at ShockYa, so click here.