Lost In Reviews is happy to giving one lucky reader a prize pack for the much anticipated Shutter Island. The prize pack consists of the original book, Shutter Island by Dennis Lehane, and the accommodating two disc soundtrack for the movie.

Fill out the form below for your chance at the prize.

Shutter Island opens nationwide on Friday, February 19, 2010.

Contest Ends on Thursday, February 18, 2010.

Starting December 2, 2009 : PLEASE ONLY ONE ENTRY PER HOUSEHOLD/EMAIL. MULTIPLES WILL DISQUALIFY YOU. Multiple entries makes the random drawing unfair for others. By entering you agree to the Giveaway Rules and Regulations

Soundtrack Details
Released in stores 2/2/10

Disc 1
1.       “Fog Tropes” – Orchestra of St. Lukes, conducted by John Adams
2.       “Symphony No. 3: Passacaglia – Allegro Moderato” – National Polish Radio Symphony, conducted by Antonio Wit
3.       “Music For Marcel Duchamp” – Philipp Vandré
4.       “Hommage á John Cage” – Nam June Paik
5.       “Lontano” – Wiener Philharmoniker, conducted by Claudio Abbado
6.       “Rothko Chapel 2” – UC Berkeley Chamber Chorus
7.       “Cry” – Johnnie Ray
8.       “On The Nature Of Daylight” – Max Richter
9.       “Uaxuctum: The Legend Of The Mayan City Which They Themselves Destroyed For Religious Reasons – 3rd Movement” – Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra
10.   “Quartet For Strings And Piano In A Minor” – Prazak Quartet

Disc 2
1.       “Christian Zeal And Activity” – The San Francisco Symphony, conducted by Edo de Waart
2.       “Suite For Symphonic Strings: Nocturne” – The New Professionals Orchestra, conducted by Rebecca Miller
3.       “Lizard Point” – Brian Eno
4.       “Four Hymns: II For Cello And Double Bass” – Torleif Thedéen & Entcho Radoukanov
5.       “Root Of An Unfocus” – Boris Berman
6.       “Prelude – The Bay” – Ingram Marshall
7.       “Wheel Of Fortune” – Kay Starr
8.    “Tomorrow Night” – Lonnie Johnson
9.    “This Bitter Earth”/”On The Nature Of Daylight” – Dinah Washington/Max Richter

“Shutter Island: Music From The Motion Picture Available Now.” (c) 2010 Rhino Entertainment Company, A Warner Music Group Company Click to purchase now!

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Angela is the Editor-in-Chief of Lost in Reviews. She and Ryan created Lost in Reviews together in 2009 out of a mutual hatred for all the stodgy old farts currently writing film reviews. Since launching the site, Angela has enjoyed reviewing indie films over all other films, picking up new music from all corners of the world and photographing live shows. She is the co-host of Blu Monday and a member of the Kansas City Film Critic Circle.

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