This question can be broken down into some general guidelines.
• All antipsychotics with the possible exception of clozapine can cause tardive dyskinesia (TD). The typical (older) antipsychotics may do this more frequently then the atypical (newer) antipsychotics.
• More potent typical antipsychotics tend to have more extrapyramidal symptoms (EPS). So haloperidol (Haldol), which is very potent, will have more EPS than chlorpromazine (Thorazine).
• Less potent antipsychotics tend to have more anticholinergic side effects and sedation. So thorazine, which is low potency, is highly anticholinergic and highly sedating.