Reel Gospel Best of 2013: Readers Poll

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Reel Gospel has been rolling along for almost half a year now and it’s been my joy to watch movies, listen to albums and share my thoughts on them to you the reader. Thank you for reading!

I thought it would be a bit of fun at the end of this year to write up a feature on what I deem to be the FILM OF THE YEAR and CHRISTIAN ALBUM OF THE YEAR, following all the reviews and features I’ve written.

But as valued readers of Reel Gospel, I’d love to hear your thoughts too. Although this blog is still finding its legs, I’d love to discover what the readers’ choice is in each of these categories.

So I’d appreciate it if you would please take a minute to cast your vote below, and perhaps share a few words as to why you love your pick for album and film of the year so much.

Only films and full-length albums from 2013 that have been reviewed and featured on Reel Gospel from July* to November 2013 are eligible for picks.

Eligible Films for 2013:

– 42

– A Good Day to Die Hard

– Captain Phillips

– Despicable Me 2

– Epic

– Fast & Furious 6

– Iron Man 3

– Man of Steel

– Monsters University

– Oblivion

– Oz the Great and Powerful

– SharkNado

– Snitch

– Star Trek Into Darkness

– The Fifth Estate

– The Great Gatsby

– The Wolverine

– Thor: The Dark World

Eligible Albums for 2013:

All Things New – All Things New

Citizens – Citizens

Derek Minor – Minorville

Dustin Kensrue – The Water & the Blood

Ghost Ship – The Good King

Lachlan Brown & Dan opdeVeigh – God is Enough

Love & the Outcome – Love & the Outcome

Nathan Tasker – The Bell Tower

Page CXVI – Advent to Christmas

The Almost – Fear Inside Our Bones

The Digital Age – Evening:Morning

Voting in the Reel Gospel Best of 2013 Readers Poll closed Monday 23rd December at 11:59pm AEDT and winners were announced in the final days of December 2013. Read all the winners for 2013 here.

*Reel Gospel launched in July 2013.

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