10 - Chick Hicks From 'Cars'
Proof that you won't get ahead by cheating, Chick Hicks makes our engines rev with anger when he sideswipes The King to win the Piston Cup. Although the film is widely known as the first misstep from Pixar, the villainous Hicks (voiced by Michael Keaton) sticks in our minds like a bug in on a windshield. We should have known never trust a car with a moustache like that.
9 - Mor'du From 'Brave'
Former Prince whose ego led him to be dealt a karmic blow from an old lady-turned-monster bear set to terrify the lands. Mor'du is scary mostly because he's the epitome of 'beast' and for his diabolical mastermind skills. The only villain on this list who isn't really a villain, we'd say that award goes to the aforementioned old lady and Meredith's fated future, the character does make for some pretty scary moments and almost costs more than a few lives along the way.
8 - Syndrome From 'The Incredibles'
Why do the bad guys always have great hair? The only thing Syndrome loves more than being evil is his gravity defying locks. Pair that with his scientific prowess and the pint-sized evil doer is one impressive villain. Originally Mr. Incredible>s biggest fan, Syndrome aka Buddy Pine gets in touch with his evil side after being rebuffed by the man in tights. One meet cute gone wrong and one attempted baby napping later, Syndrome embarks upon a journey of brutal revenge, developing a robot whose sole purpose is to kill superheroes.
7 - Randall From 'Monsters Inc.'
If you saw "Monsters University" you'll know that Randall wasn't always a malicious monster, he was actually kind of sweet. But unfortunately university bullying got the best of him and as we witnessed in "Monsters Inc." Randall changed his colours to became a literal monster. Mike and Sulley's nemesis in the film, Randall gets his comeuppance when he's trapped in the human world in the worst place for a large lizard to be: the deep south.
6 - Chef Skinner From 'Ratatouille'
What did we tell you about guys with moustaches? One of the most vicious villains on the list, Chef Skinner might be small in stature, but his evil knows no bounds. Nothing says "evil mastermind" like forcing a cute animated rat to make frozen food recipes.
5 - Auto From 'Wall-e'
Autopilots... always control freaks. Much like Hal 9000 from '2001: A Space Odyssey', Auto is one chilling villain as he is unable to show any kind of emotion or remorse for the bad things he does. Mutiny, electrocution, thank goodness for the little robot that could - otherwise the human race would be destined to float around space as gelatinous masses without bones.
4 - Lotso from 'Toy Story 3'
Pink, cuddly and smells of strawberries. Nothing evil to see here - right? When it comes to Lots-O-Huggs bear, you could not be more wrong. Without a doubt, the trilogy's most terrifying non-human antagonist, Lots-O's true colours show through slowly in the third film - moving from bad to manic madman in a matter of hours. First relegating the toys to a room full of toddlers, the bear's villainy deepens as he tries to maintain his tyrannical hold over the Sunnyside Daycare community. Who leaves a bunch of toys to be eviscerated in a giant incinerator?! An evil stuffie hell bent on keeping control at all costs - that's who. Bears roped to truck grills has a whole new meaning now.
3 - Hopper From 'A Bug's Life'
Before Kevin Spacey became diabolical politician Frank Underwood in "House of Cards", there was Kevin Spacey, diabolical grasshopper in "A Bug's Life". The sinister grasshopper, relies mostly on tyrannical reign and intimidation to control the colony of ants to gather food for him and his swarm of cronies. Brilliant casting aside, Hopper make those loveable ants' lives miserable and for that we can never forgive him.
2 - Charles F. Muntz From 'Up'
Sometimes childhood heroes aren't all they're cracked up to be. Pixar's cinematic twist in "Up" rivals anything M. Night Shyamalan can dish out when we find out that Carl's long lost idol is in fact not missing or anyone who should be a role model to kids. Cruelly controlling a pack of dogs (in ways Cesar Millan would never approve of), and his collection of oddities just scratch the surface of reasons why Muntz is one bad apple. Teeny tiny moustache abound, it's the devilish eyebrows that give this one away.
1 - Sid From 'Toy Story'
He's scary, he's mean, he's downright nasty, he's Pixar's original bad guy. Andy's sociopathic neighbour with Dr. Kevorkian tendencies (back in 2006 that "double bypass brain transplant" was the stuff nightmares were made of) almost puts an end to the film franchise by blowing up one of its main characters. Redefining "playtime" in the scariest of ways, thankfully the only thing more terrifying than Sid are his tortured and maimed "patients" who help save the day.