If Warren Kole plays a character in a show, one of three things will likely happen:
- You’ll fall in love with his character
- His character will kill someone
- His character will die
I got the perfect halloween costume
I’m just one of Joe’s followers okay. AFTER ALL THEY ALL LOOK LIKE NORMAL PEOPLE UNTIL THEY BRUTALLY MURDER YOU.
Through the performance in these six episodes, Warren Kole presents in front of the audience a Roderick who seeks absolute controlling power.
When Roderick thinks that everything is held in his hands, he is resourceful, keen-witted and thoughtful, but once things go beyond his control, he becomes paranoid, hesitant, and impulsive and finally collapses down. The reason why Roderick kills is that killing is taking full control of other people’s lives. It is a temporary stealing and usurpation of the power of God. This kind of absolute controlling power gives him confidence,making him self-assured in his own ability.
As a killer, Roderick doesn’t regard other people’s lives as jokes. He still trusts his friends. This shows precisely how his viewpoint on killing is. He kills only to vent his emotions, release his pressures and gain confidence. It is only at the moment when Roderick wields absolute power that he reveals his true self. However, alongside the explosion of emotion, comes great sense of loss. When facing his true self, what Roderick shows is self-pitying. Even in the middle of the followers, he is still an outsider. Still falls into loneliness. This is an extremely tragic character. What he needs is salvation.