I'm not here to debate the merits of film vs. digital. But whichever camp you belong to, this camera is pretty interesting. It's a 360-degree camera that uses regular 35mm film, designed and developed by Lomography, called the Spinner 360.
Here's how it works: The aperture is shaped like a slit. You pull a cord and let go. As you let go, the camera spins 360 degrees, while the shutter is opened.
Here are samples of photos taken with the Spinner (from the Lomography website here).
It can even be used for vertical 360 panoramas: