- neo- + noir (Wiktionary)
“[T] he neo-noir master proves that this new series has legs; this title will appeal to anybody who enjoys George Pelecanos's take on contemporary DC as well as longtime Easy Rawlins fans.”
“You are one of the few female practitioners of the new hardboiled or neo-noir writers.”
“On Tuesday, she returned in The CW's sudsy neo-noir thriller Ringer, about estranged twins on the run, separately, from unsavory types.”
“Last fall, I was excited for a line-up of new shows to add to my old favorites and this season I only have one that made the cut: Terriers on FX, but I'm still iffy as to if it is a really well-conceived neo-noir show or if I just like the San Diego-Ocean Beach backdrop for the two gumshoes.”
“New Journalism tricks like abbreviations and fact checking notes left in read, in retrospect, like neo-noir immediacy.”
“A moody neo-noir with a dusty Western look, “Red Rock West” gave Hopper the chance to continue living on the dark side.”
“Set in Los Angeles, "Drive"—a high-octane neo-noir, where thugs are blown to bits with ruthless sang-froid and heads are smashed like melons—earned Mr. Refn the "Best Director" award in Cannes in May.”
“In recent times, noir has been revived as neo-noir and the pieces here offer an intriguing perspective on contemporary art that has some kind of edge of suspense.”
“Tucker is a relative newcomer; his only IMDB listing is "Broken City," a John Malkovich-produced neo-noir currently due for a 2010 release.”
“Law Abiding Citizen is a violent neo-noir by director F. Gary Gray that begs to be more than just your run-of-the-mill thrill ride but falls victim to overthinking the motives of its own characters that it tries to craft, leaving a film that has a lot of anger and bloodshed, but not much more.”
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