There are many, many references to "Alice in Wonderland" in movies, books, music, etc.
The link below leads to a long list of them - but some of the more prominent are:
"Jabberwocky", a film by Terry Gilliam loosely based on the poem found within the "Alice" story...
Nippon Animation produced an anime of Alice in Wonderland in 1983 to 1984. This anime adopted an original story that Alice and her rabbit Benny take a trip to Wonderland and go home for each episode.
"Dreamchild", the 1985 Gavin Millar film, in which a reporter attempts to uncover the 'true story' of the Alice tales from an 80 year-old woman who may or may not be Alice Liddel.
"Phoebe in Wonderland" (2008), starring Elle Fanning as a little girl whose role as Alice in a school play helps her deal with her Tourette syndrome.
The song "White Rabbit" by Jefferson Airplane (One pill makes you larger...go ask Alice when she's ten feet tall...)
The video for the song "Don't Come Around Here No More" by Tom Petty featured a character based on Alice, and Tom Petty dressed as the Mad Hatter.
Jewel released an album and single with the title "Goodbye Alice in Wonderland".
Tom Waits released an 2002 album titled "Alice", consisting of songs that were written for a stage adaptation of Alice.
Siouxsie and the Banshees named their label Wonderland and released an album called "Through The Looking Glass".
"American McGee's Alice" is a macabre computer game which chronologically takes place following the two Alice books.
The RPG Kingdom Hearts includes Alice as a plot character. Also, Disney's version of Wonderland appears as one of the first worlds.
The Silent Hill series contain a few references of Wonderland, in an homage to its surreal world.
The Don Bluth arcade game Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp, features an Alice in Wonderland/ Through the Looking-Glass inspired level.
Wild Tangent just released a game called Bookworm Adventures; Fractured Fairy-tales. Although the game is not completely Alice in Wonderland based it does have many characters from Alice in Wonderland as well as several from Through The Looking Glass.
"Finnegans Wake" by James Joyce is famously influenced by Alice. The novel is about a dream, and includes such lines as: "Alicious, twinstreams twinestraines, through alluring glass or alas in jumboland?" and "...Wonderlawn's lost us for ever. Alis, alas, she broke the glass! Liddell lokker through the leafery, ours is mystery of pain."
Carroll's work is a major subtext in Joyce Carol Oates's novel "Wonderland".
"The Wonderland Gambit" is a trilogy by Jack Chalker. While set in a science-esque setting, they plays heavily on both characters and themes from the Lewis Carol books.
The first novel in the Echo Falls series by Peter Abrahams, called "Down the Rabbit Hole", features main character Ingrid Levin-Hill starring in a stage production of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.