STAR HUMBUG: Which Christmas movie villains do you love to hate?

"Filthy animals" abound in festive films
"Filthy animals" abound in festive films
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It may be season of goodwill but we love our screen baddies this time of year.

So choose your fave celluloid character among this yule motley crew - more likely to receive your gifts as stolen goods than give them - accompanied by quiz questioning true meaning of festive films, suitably illustrated by Home Alone 2 Lost In New York cameo clip featuring Donald Trump. Whatever happened to him?

Hans Gruber in Die Hard

Best worst moment: Everyone’s favourite hostage taker, Alan Rickman stole the show in this action thriller when he took Holly McClane hostage at the office Christmas party. Enter John McClane. Yippee Ki Yay!

Marv and Harry in Home Alone 1 and 2

Best worst moment: When the Sticky Bandits broke into Duncan’s Toy Chest children across children across the world wept.

Dr Finkelstein in A Nightmare Before Christmas

Best worst moment: Making Sally the rag-doll taste test his soup for poison was just gross.

Ebenezer Scrooge in The Muppet’s Christmas Carol

Best worst moment: Refusing to give money to Beaker and Dr Bunsen’s orphanage charity was just heartbreaking.

Donald Trump Home Alone 2 cameo appearance

Donald Trump Home Alone 2 cameo appearance

Cole’s drunk Santa in A Miracle on 34th Street

Best worst moment: Letting ‘real Santa Claus’ Richard Attenborough, take the rap for the vicious assault he was actually involved with.

The Grinch in How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Best worst moment: Besides his attempt at ruining Christmas, the Grinch reached a new low when he made his dog Max wear that ridiculous one antlered reindeer costume.

Harry in Love Actually

est worst moment: Another cracker from Alan Rickman, it broke hearts across the country when he cheated on on-screen wife Emma Thompson in this festive rom-com. It was even sadder when he gave her a Joni Mitchell album instead of that pricey gold necklace.

Bad Santa in Bad Santa

Best worst moment: Need we say anymore? Billy Bob Thornton’s Bad Santa is the epitome of anti-Christmas.