I don't usually like horror movies, but I recently watched the movie "Unfriended".
It showed the screen of a girl chatting with her friends... and sometimes she would start to type something and then make a correction. It was more funny to me than scary.
"Terror movie" is easy to understand, but in English the phrase is "horror movie."
The answer to your question is no, for the most part I do not like horror movies.
As it happened, my graduate work involved almost a year of snorkling and SCUBA diving. It was not in an area with much danger from sharks, but we would very occasionally see a shark looming in the distance.
Shortly after we returned home, the movie Jaws was released, a very skillfully-made, convincing horror movie about an aggressive man-eating shark, and when my wife and I saw it... we were authentically terrified by it. It really got to us. We had trouble sleeping that night and our anxiety lasted several days.