The two list sources with "malware" in their names have the following time stamps:
I can't see any issue here. Said that, just use other lists/sources if you are not satisfied with the selection or the update frequency. Most of the "general" lists are also includes malware sites - it's up to you to find the "best" sources, derived from your personal surfing behaviour.
You are not wrong, Some of the lists are over 2 years old, especially the malware ones. Even the one dibdot pointed to is 10 months old. In the world of rapidly moving malware I think this is going to give some protection but certainly to offer protection from the latest malware campaigns.
Perhaps the block list approach is not right for that kind of protection. As with all things security, it's best provided with multiple layers.