Jason (played by Kane Hodder) chases the protagonists to a diner, where a huge chef tries stop him and gets thrown across the room for his trouble. Actor playing that huge chef? Ken Kirzinger, the stuntman who would later replace Kane Hodder as Jason in Freddy vs. Jason.
This wouldn't be the last time Kelly Hu would appear in something with Jason, as Mortal Kombat X had her voicing D'Vorah, while Jason himself would show up as a DLC character, therefore allowing her to have a rematch in a way with Jason.
It also wouldn't be a character of hers last time going up against a villain in an iconic mask. Darth Nihlus' mask even looks a bit like a "Star Warsy" version of a hockey mask.
Jason screaming in some odd animal noise after his mask is removed.
Jason pushing the fire alarm after a fire started.....that he caused.
In one scene Jason attacks Rennie in her cabin. He smashes her window with his head, and reaches through... only the actress is standing too far away, so we get a shot of her backing up to get within Jason's reach so he can actually grab her.
Jason ignoring all the hundreds of people in New York to chase a few specific ones across it.
The fact New York City's sewers flood with toxic waste every night. There's also random barrels of it in alleys.
Narm Charm: Jason patiently taking a barrage of punches from one of kids, then just calmly swatting the kid's head clean off his shoulders.
Tamara's death. She can only helplessly watch as Jason picks up a piece of a broken mirror and get closer to her.
Eva's death, because Jason forgoes using any weapons and strangles her with his bare hands. It's not the most bloody death in the movie, and while Jason has used his bare hands before, it just seems to take so much longer than the other deaths, and Eva is forced to look into her killer's eyes as she died.
Sequelitis: This film tends to be the one most often pointed to as the worst film of the series. Whereas the other unpopular entries in the series tend to be disliked for one particular reason — A New Beginning for having Roy as the killer instead of Jason, Jason Goes to Hell for screwing around with the series' continuity, and Jason X for its absurd "Jason in space" premise — this one tends to be considered much more of an all-around failure, in addition to missing the potential of its premise.
Also, because so little of the movie actually takes place in Manhattan, it's often mocked with alternate titles like Jason Takes A Cruise, Jason on a Boat, or Jason Takes Vancouver.
So Bad, It's Good: Jason Takes Manhattan is a cheesy late eighties sequel, featuring Jason coming back with rather convoluted means, which also has him being some sort of teleporter who can appear before his victims after they have outrun him.
The Woobie: Renny, like her or not, it's hard not to feel bad, do to her fear of drowning, which the Alpha Bitch uses to get back at her for no reason, and The Reveal that Charles is indirectly responsible for her phobia, do to almost drowning her in an attempt to teach her how to swim. Later, she is drugged by two thugs, who would have raped and presumably killed, if not for Jason showing up.