That said, it would still produce a list of very interesting and, for the most part, very good to great noir films according to the "random received wisdom" approach that seems to inform most of these types of lists.
I would never mix classic noir and neo-noir into a single list of this type. I think it shows a lamentable lack of historical awareness. It would be a hell of a lot more useful for these types of folk--who, as Murky rightly notes, are not without some skills at writing and evaluation--to tackle the differences between classic noir and neo-noir in some fashion rather than "smooshing" it all together. That is the most significant problem with what they've done (IMO).
It almost looks as though these guys took two separate lists--a Top 100 for "classic noir" and a Top 100 for "neo-noir"--and tried to jam them together.
I would still encourage Wisconsin Mark to post these whenever he finds them in his many Internet journeys--while we may recoil from them, they provide a necessary perspective on what others are doing and we need to be aware of them, if only as an ongoing sanity check for our own thoughts on the subject.