At least until the end. Now, don't misunderstand me here, overall there's nothing specifically bad about the ending, and I did enjoy it (again, thanks in large part to both the fantastic musical score and the acting from the leads), I just found it really anti-climatic. There was a lot of build-up to what essentially ended up just being the main character sitting on the floor while we see a handful of flashbacks that gives us answers to the ghostly going-ons all movie. I would have preferred there be a bit more oomf to the grand finale.
James Cullen Bressack is one of those horror directors that I feel gets better with every movie. I've always enjoyed his movies on some level, even when I think they may not have been made all that well. However, every time I check out a new movie by him it seems he keeps improving over his previous one, and Bethany is no different. Sure, I admit I've got a few issues with it, but despite those issues this is still one hell of a creepy, unsettling, slick little horror B-Movie, and everyone involved should be proud of themselves.
If this is the kind of quality that Uncork'd plans to release from here on out than I'll easily be persuaded to be a fan of theirs.