The three most important things in real estate are “location, location, location.” So, why would anyone buy The House by the Cemetery (1981)? Also known as Quella villa accanto al cimitero, this scary movie by Italian splatter maestro Lucio Fulci was actually shot in New York City, New York as well as Boston and Concord, Massachusetts. It follows the Boyle family (braless Catriona MacColl, Paolo Malco and Giovanni Frezza). They make their first big mistake when they move into the titular abode. Wouldn’t you know? It was previously owned by diabolical Dr. Freudstein (Giovanni De Nava), a mad medico with a penchant for human experimentation. The brood’s second mistake is not immediately moving out once the doctor’s lethal legacy spills out from beyond the grave. Of course, their errors are a horror fan’s gain since the proceedings spill out onto a plasma-spattered screen. Along the way, we encounter Ann the babysitter (Ania Pieroni), Mae Freudstein (Silvia Collatina), Mary Freudstein (Teresa Rossi Passante), and Laura Gittleson (Dagmar Lassander), all of whom will get your blood pumping. That goes double for the victims (Ranieri Ferrara and Daniela Doria). The latter actress flashes her bare breasts while getting dressed. Alas, she’s later done in. Nevertheless, the lass remains drop dead gorgeous! No wonder the movie turned out to be Fulci’s most financially successful chiller diller of the 1980s. The gross-out flick grossed a total of 1,407,981,297 lire in Italy. And this doesn’t even include all the interest it generated in spank banks around the world!