Schizo is a 1976 slasher film directed by Pete Walker and starring Lynne Frederick.
When figure skater Samantha Gray (Lynne Frederick) gets married to businessman Alan Falconer (John Leyton), a sinister man from her past, William Haskin (Jack Watson) starts stalking her, making her depressed. Then the grisly murders start.
Lynne Frederick ... Samantha Gray
John Leyton ... Alan Falconer
Stephanie Beacham ... Beth
John Fraser ... Leonard Hawthorne
Jack Watson ... William Haskin
Queenie Watts ... Mrs. Wallace
Trisha Mortimer ... Joy
John McEnery ... Stephens (uncredited)
Paul Alexander ... Peter McAllister
Robert Mill ... Maitre
Diana King ... Mrs. Falconer
Colin Jeavons ... Commissioner
Victor Winding ... Sergent
Raymond Bowers ... Manager
Pearl Hackney ... Lady at Seance
Terry Duggan ... Editor
Lindsay Campbell ... Falconer
Wendy Gilmore ... Samantha's Mother
Primi Townsend ... Secretary
Victoria Allum ... Samantha as Child
Time Out wrote: "Walker and writer David McGillivray's most ambitious project to date attempts to shake off the low-budget horror/exploitation tag with a move into more up-market psychological suspense. If the formula is threadworn - a trail of victimisation, sexual paranoia, and murder in the wake of the heroine's wedding - at least some effort is made to locate it (rich middle class London). But things collapse disastrously in the second half. Caught between sending itself up and taking itself seriously, the film ends closer to the silliness of Francis Durbridge than to the menace of Alfred Hitchcock."