I'm being both serious and funny. And yeah, there's a big difference between "not being able to handle tight spaces" and claustrophobia, although - like I said - there are also degrees of the fear. I don't do horror flicks in general. I suppose the closest I get to that is the "Evil Dead" movie series because it's more of an adventure flick that makes fun of horror movies, rather than being a full-blown horror flick. See, with horror flicks there's often an unbeatable evil that tries its best to assert dominance, and the only way to beat it is to rely on idiot schemes that would never work except that the plot demands it, and they're only a hinderance at best (and it's usually a group of teenagers, which makes it even worse). Note that I don't count The Nightmare Before Christmas among such movies because it's less about horror and more about juxtaposing "horror" characters/tropes against the backdrop of Christmas.