When George Melies presented 'Arrival of a Train at Vincennes Station' in 1896, audience screamed and ducked because they thought a real train was coming towards them. If a Victorian were to see a 3D - or any film from today - how do you think they would react?
I suspect they would be enthralled with all the technology but would also quickly feel obsolete. There would be little place for any person from that far in the past. We grow up learning and adapting to our level of technology, it becomes ingrained in us, and someone from the past wouldn't have that luxury. Things we take for granted, they likely couldn't even conceive of.