Choosing top 100 has forced many good neo-noirs to be omitted, and these might fairly easily be formed into a 101+ group.
For master lists, I suggest you look at http://www.gaskcadd.com/ssk_pix/NEO_NOIR2012.pdf It goes through 2010.
Grant would provide a further source to about that year, by extracting the domestic titles. The wiki neo-noir lists will take you to the present.
Gaskadd's list is alphabetical. So are the others.
Building a master list, even an America only list, is too much work, and it still leaves the problem of choosing the top ones.
A 101+ group shouldn't be too hard to make.