Why? Well, the clips are slightly spoiler-ific -- particularly the first three -- highlighting a few scenes that you might want to wait to watch in the full context of the movie. But if anything, they do highlight the pacing and tone of the movie, which is more like Nicolas Winding Refn's "Valhalla Rising," and may disorient those who only know the director from his work on "Drive." After the clips are a few featurettes with Refn discussing the fighting in the movie as well as talking about shooting in Bangkok.
"Only God Forgives" turns on the blacklight on July 19th.