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The Top 10 Christmas Villains We Just Have to Throw Our Pop Secret At

Do you feel the same?


Get your popcorn at the ready because these baddies deserve every handful of that delicious buttery Pop Secret goodness you can spare, preferably with some loud booing. Check out our list of the top 10 Christmas villains below and don't worry -- we'll bring the popcorn.

1. Mayor Augustus Maywho (Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas)

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Has there ever been a more loathsome elected official than this Christmas creep? We can't believe we're saying this, but he might be worse than burnt popcorn. Yeah, he's really that bad.

2. Ebeneezer Scrooge (Disney's A Christmas Carol)

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What can we say about Scrooge's villainy that hasn't already been said? Before his ghostly visitations teach him the true meaning of Christmas we can't help but boo the penny-pinching and cold-hearted Scrooge.

3. Hans (Frozen)

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Beneath Hans' pretty face lies a heart as black as coal. His devious plans to do away with Anna and Elsa and take Arrendelle's crown for himself is nothing short of pure villainy. So join us in throwing a big ol' volley of popcorn at this awful prince!

4. Oogie Boogie (The Nightmare Before Christmas)

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Oogie Boogie takes Santa hostage. What else do we need to say about this Christmas baddie? He's creepy, he's crawly, and he deserves his place on this list.

5. Pete (Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas)

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Pete is a real greaseball. The kind of crook that would try and sell you the clothes off your back if he got the chance. So it's really no wonder he made this list, especially considering what he does to our poor Mickey!

6. Frank Shirley (National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation)

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Being a bit of a scrooge is one thing, but canceling the Christmas bonuses? Seriously? This yuletide baddie deserves every bad word Clark has for him, and then some.

7. Jack Frost (The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause)

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We just cannot get over this chilly trickster's dastardly plot to take over Santa's workshop. If that wasn't enough to really get our blood boiling, he's also a big hater of hot buttery popcorn.

8. The Hobo (The Polar Express)

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So this mysterious figure is actually meant to test our hero boy's faith in Santa -- he's not just a Christmas grouch. But until we find that out, we remain seriously suspicious of this Christmas oddball.

9. Walter Hobbs (Elf)

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Without Buddy's gift of Christmas cheer, Walter is a truly foul villain. Taking books from orphaned kids? Really, Walter? Before he learns the error of his ways this terrible scrooge totally belongs on the naughty list.

10. The Snow Miser/The Heat Miser (The Year Without a Santa Claus)

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It's very hard to like this pair of villainous brothers considering they keep Jingle and Jangle from bringing Christmas to all the children on the year without a Santa Claus. Every time they're on screen we can never have enough popcorn to pelt at them.

Pop Secret and its #BestButterEver will always come out on top of these Christmas villains!

Who is your top Christmas villain? Let us know in the comments.

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