Take the dressing with the cap on and tip it quickly and hard for the stomach internal sound then in quick succession dump the water on whatever surface you want sidewalk, toilet etc.. Some high mids did it for us.
Try using a pocket fan with nylon fabric or sticky tape on the wings. Maybe just dropping a wrecking ball on it might do the trick, if you can talk the junkyard guy into it!
That gives it volume, while the more aggressive HighQ effect gives it a feeling of something quickly leaving a gun barrel. Voice similarity.
Innards of alien. Might be a nice overlay to whatever you find to make the sliding tentacles.
Road flare, igniting. The impact one can be anything at all, designed only to pump up the sound to hyper-real. Recordist Mikkel Nielsen has traveled to Sweden to record the sounds for his ice sound effect library. You can use a pair of boots to simulate a walking pattern. A scrap yard — heaven with a sledge hammer. Moon buggy on ice. Worked out nicely.
Now, slide the windscreen in any fabric, curtain or clothes. For the fireworks fizzing, try jolting your fingers in the water stream from a close-miked tap tip from Paul Davies. Not sure what the proper name for these is.
The nail spins and creates a good raw sound to start the design with. Go to the supermarket and head straight for the bulk foods department. Bring it close to your fingers and record the flapping sound. Ninja Star, throwing and impact. Digital methods tends to sound static. You can easily do it all in one, works great!