I don't see the Hud
connection, besides farm animals being shot because they're ill. Martha
though, yes, I see that. In each a husband allows his wife to fall asleep in the sun and sunburns after she expressly tells him not to let her sleep for that very reason; then later the husband sleeps with her despite protests of pain.
I think that's taking a plot device, not exactly what Tarantino does, with his recreation of past films. It was Vincent Gallo that called Tarantino a 'collage artist,' also. I looked into it. I don't have anything against what Tarantino does, by the way, I just don't really see how you could say he and Korine are "guilty of the exact same thing." To me there's an unmistakable gulf between the two.
Korine says of Tarantino:
"Quentin Tarantino seems to be too concerned with other films. I mean, about appropriating other movies, like in a blender. I think it's like really funny at the time I'm seeing it, but then, I don't know, there's a void there. Some of the references are flat; just pop culture." (1995 - link
"I have never been so much into homages. I would rather just rip something off, to be honest with you. I'll leave homages to Quentin Tarantino. He's got that covered." (2008 - link