The success of the Moshis has been phenomenal, sowing the seeds of a dizzying array of spin-offs including trading cards, magazines and a music album. Considering more than 80 million children aged 6-14 have adopted Moshi Monsters, it’s perhaps inevitable these quirky critters would also stampede the big screen in a song-filled romp.
Financed, written, directed and animated in the UK, Moshi Monsters: The Movie brings to life the six virtual monsters from the game – Diavlo, Katsuma, Furi, Luvli, Poppet and Zommer – as they venture far from the safety of Monstro City to retrieve the Great Moshling Egg.
Arch-villain Dr Strangeglove (Ashley Slater) have stolen the egg and promise to return it only if Katsuma (Emma Tate), Poppet (Phillipa Alexander) and the other Moshi Monsters retrieve three rare objects. And so the adventure begins.