From the movie Demolition Man, starring Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes. It was repeated, along with a police code (1-8-7) over police scanners when Wesley Snipes' character had escaped from cryogenic prison into a crime free society, where he perpetrated many murders.
Police Scanner: Code 1-8-7. Murder-Death-Kill.
Murder Death Kill was a term coined in the 1993 action film Demolition Man. The term was used to describe a homicide. The film was set in an age where homicide was a very unusual thing, which is presumably why the term iterates the fact repeatedly.
Taken from the Demolition Man film:
"We can just wait for another code to go red. And when Phoenix performs another Murder Death Kill, we'll know exactly where to pounce."
Murder-Death-Kill is the name of a rap song by 7L and Esoteric
, featuring Demigodz
associate Celph Titled
. Available on the album DC2: Bars of Death. Eso and Celph rip this track up, some of the dopest gangster shit you'll hear. Or at least Celph's verse.
Eso: It's murder-death-kill
Celph: Or it's kill death murder
Eso: Celph push they wig back
Celph: ES push it back further
Eso: You comin out your face?
Celph: We handle beef to the bone marrow
Eso: No matter if it's Demigodz
Celph: Or Army of the Pharaohs
From the movie demolition man. Said in context of something being particularly bad for you.
Try this bacon lard cheese dip, it's murder death kill.