Killers or The Killers may refer to:
- "The Killers" (short story), by Ernest Hemingway (1927)
- "The Killers" (Bukowski short story), by Charles Bukowski (1973)
- The Killers (1946 film), adaptation of the Hemingway story starring Burt Lancaster and Ava Gardner
- The Killers (1956 film), adaptation of the Hemingway story directed by Andrei Tarkovsky
- The Killers (1964 film), adaptation of the Hemingway story starring Ronald Reagan, Angie Dickinson and Lee Marvin
- The Killers (1984 film), a 1984 film starring Jack Kehoe
- Killers (2003 film), 2003 compilation of five short films by Japanese directors
- Killers (2010 film), action comedy film directed by Robert Luketic
- Killers (TV film), 2000 BBC Television off-drama written by David Rock
- Killers (Iron Maiden album), second album from British heavy metal band Iron Maiden
- Killers (Kiss album), 1982 greatest hits album from the American hard rock band Kiss
- Killers (metal band), a rock band led by Paul Di'Anno
- Live Killers, 1979 live album by Queen
- The Killers, a rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada
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... "The Killers" is a short-story by Charles Bukowski collected in his 1973 collection South of No North, originally published by John Martin's Black Sparrow Press ... Like "The Killers", Bukowski's story of the same name has as its thematic trope Murder in a nihilistic universe ... Unlike Hemingway, the killers actually accomplish their act in the time-frame of the story ...
Famous quotes containing the word killers:
“we want to remember when you were
money in Massachusetts and yet were wild and rude
and killers. We want our killers dressed in black
like grease for we are sick of writing checks,
putting on our socks and working in the little boxes
we call the office.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)