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Killing floor may refer to:
- "Killing Floor" Blues, a song written and sung by delta blues artist Nehemiah "Skip" James during the Depression era 1930s.
- "Killing Floor" (Howlin' Wolf song), 1964
- "Killing Floor", a song on Bruce Dickinson's 1998 album The Chemical Wedding
- "Killin' Floor", a song on Body Count's 1992 album Body Count
- "Killing Floor", a song on Black Stone Cherry's 2011 album Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
- "Killing Floor", a song on Redgum's 1978 album If You Don't Fight You Lose
- Killing Floor, an album by Vigilantes of Love
- Killing Floor (band), a British band that included Lou Martin and Rod de'Ath
- Killing Floor (American band), a 1990s band that had several releases from Re-Constriction Records
- The Killing Floor (1985 film), a 1985 film by director Bill Duke
- Killing Floor (video game), a 2009 video game developed by Tripwire Studios based on an Unreal Tournament modification of the same name
- Killing Floor 2, the 2015 sequel
- The Killing Floor, a 2007 thriller film
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