That list of mine is aggregative, that is, based upon the overall impression that a movie makes on me. It's highly subjective. At several junctures here, I've attempted to abandon the whole project, and I'm about ready to drop it again. It has very little mileage left for me. I have even less interest in a second or third tier list.
There are quite a few top neo-noir lists on the internet. None are scholarly. None take any one facet of a film as a topic, like the lighting, the music, the treatment of females, the presence of sex on screen, nudity, hair style, romance, male-female relations, guns, murders, narration, comedy, language, etc. It's only a trivial and impossible game to make such a list of best. It's not aimed at a serious publication. It's only a blog, an op-ed, and at best it offers a list of movies that a fan of classic noir might find worth watching.