Wrapping up what’s considered “Stormy Tempest-Season 1″, “Rogue Justice” is an epilogue of sorts, but is by all means a stand-alone feature. If you’ve seen the preceeding Stormy adventures, this ties up the initial story arc. If not, you won’t be lost, as all the major plot points are seamlessly reset!.Sensational star Nicola Rae returns as everyone’s favorite interstellar hotshot! Stormy Tempest has always played fast and loose with the rules, bending regulations on occasion as necessary to protect the galaxy and keep the peace in her role as a space patrol officer…but now the time has come for Stormy to answer for her transgressions. Our heroine is brought before the Space Patrol Magistrate to own up to a long list of crimes that might just earn Stormy a death sentence. Stormy’s dedication to the pursuit of justice is put to the ultimate test in this exciting adventure that sheds new light on the events of Stormy’s past while setting the stage for her future exploits. You won’t want to miss this pivotal chapter in the Stormy Tempest saga! Justice will be served and the future will never be the same! In addition to Stormy’s trial before the Magistrate, Stormy Tempest: Rogue Justice features condensed versions of the previous Stormy Tempest Season One films (Attack of the Giantess, Perils in the Past & Unmasked), making this the perfect film to jump into the Stormy Tempest storyline. Rogue Justice expands upon the events of the past while setting the stage for Stormy Tempest’s Season Two! Also you can check out Aliya Hayes’s CultRetro film debut right here as she portrays The Magistrate. Aliya is great and you can see why we decided to bring her back as popular super gal Lacey Slater. “Rogue Justice” ia an all-ages, live-action, regions-free video free-for-all Stormy Tempest feature running 47 minutes. Also on the disc, as an added special feature is a thrilling 1954 SPACE PATROL episode, “THEFT OF THE ROCKET COCKPIT” starring Ed Kemmer and Virginia Hewitt (30 mins). In all, it’s 77 minutes of far-out science-fiction entertainment, presented in NTSC format, on a single DVD-R disc that should play in most standard DVD players. Released by Nightveil Media, Inc. and CultRetro in 2012.