Google Street View is truly becoming our virtual tour guide to some of the coolest and most unusual places in the world, and now they are taking us inside the facilities of CERN.
At first the thought of another 1,000-episode series set in the same realm of Once Upon A Time made us cringe, as the current series has gone to hell this season. But then we found out that Pee Wee Herman would be voicing the White Rabbit in this Wonderland-centric show. In. In. In. So in.
Tim Burton's Alice has nothing on Czech filmmaker Jan Švankmajer's Alice, a 1988 adaptation of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland." Wildly weird and inventively low-tech, this movie was created in the spirit of the original novel.
If you're a fan of a creepy goth Alice in Wonderland who rams dirty syringes into her arms, then you're already celebrating this week's release of the video game Alice: Madness Returns. Now check out an uber-demented live-action fan trailer.
Books aren't going to go away any time soon. But, like magazines have started to, they're going to evolve. And if that evolution looks anything like these concepts, we're in for a pleasant literary future.
I keep twisting and turning my iPad with childlike wonder while reading the familiar tale of the adventures of a girl named Alice. For the first time in my life, I'm blown away by an interactive book design.
Milla Jovovich is back and kicking ass as Alice, along with a few old friends like Claire Redfield (Ali Larter), the K-Mart girl, a few Alice clones and the big bad Umbrella Corp villain Albert Wesker. Check out the action.
Milla Jovovich is back in black, as Resident Evil's T-Virus-slaying Alice. The first pictures from Resident Evil: Afterlife are filled with contaminated bodies, guns, some old friends and Alice's thigh holsters. Bring it on, lady.
Are we ready for 3D? As CG supervisor and avid moviegoer, I'm sad to say that I'm not convinced we are. Yet. And the worse is yet to come, as studios try to milk us all for these half-baked goods.
Apparently, what it takes to beat one IMAX 3D blockbuster from a well-respected director is another IMAX 3D blockbuster from a well-respected director. Tim Burton's Alice opened surprisingly strongly this weekend, knocking Avatar off the top of the international charts.
If Alice in Wonderland is a hybrid of Disney sensibilities and Burton's dark weirdness, I'm afraid the Disney side is dominant. A 3D remake of Lewis Carroll's classic novels, Alice has a heart of darkness wrapped in a cloying exterior.
With Tim Burton's revisionist 3D flick Alice hitting theaters this Friday, it's time to revisit the origin story: Lewis Carroll's original novel. Why has this story endured, and been championed by artistic rebels from 1960s hippies to today's steampunks?
Thanks for making an iPhone app, Alice. Now I can finally excuse my bathroom iPhone usage with "Uh, I'm just ordering toilet paper. It should ship by tomorrow." Whether the associated service is decent or not, the app is awesome.
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This weekend Syfy is taking a trip through a very modern looking glass, complete with romance, casinos and lots of fighting. So is this Wonderland worth revisiting? Check out our spoiler free Alice review.
With some shows off for the holidays already, this week's televisual focus falls to two lost girls: Syfy's reimagination of Lewis Carroll's Alice, and the two-hour return of Joss Whedon's Dollhouse. Viva the gogglebox!
Here's Syfy's "sizzle reel" from their upfront presentation to advertisers. It includes better looks at upcoming shows Warehouse 13, Caprica, Eureka the Tin Man-esque TV movie Alice... and best of all, more Stargate Universe goodness.
Dollhouse and Battlestar Galactica star Tahmoh Penikett has landed another major science fiction role, this time in a TV-movie adaptation of Philip José Farmer's Riverworld, as the Syfy Channel attempts to replace, well…BSG, mostly.
While doing press for his latest movie Death Race, Paul W.S. Anderson took some time to address one of the most pressing issues of our time: the fourth Resident Evil movie. Would the army of cloned Alices from the end of RE3 appear in the sequel? After much prodding, io9 got Anderson to at least admit that should said…