Wolverine’s Claws: X-Men (2000)
Everybody knows how to make their own version of Wolverine unleashing his adamantium claws on the bad guys. Go ahead, you can make the sound effect under your breath…I’ll wait. Comic book fans know that his claws make a “Snikt!” sound on the page, but in film, X-Men sound designer Craig Berkey used the sound of a knife being drawn from a sheath coupled with the sound of a chicken or turkey carcass being torn apart.
“For the claw sound, essentially there were two main elements I was working on,” Berkey told Gizmodo. “One was the metallic blade sound, as it goes in or out. The other was the actual physical sound of something going through flesh and retracting.” Gross.