I occasionally shoot film for several reasons. It serves as a reminder that all the bells and whistles of todays cameras are largely unnecessary for taking good photos. I love the simplicity of older mechanical cameras. There is also a degree of excitement (and sometimes frustration!) with the restrictions imposed with being forced to work with one ISO instead of blasting away with auto ISO up in the thousands. It fuels my creativity. It also is an affordable way to shoot with a rangefinder camera.
Currently I have film in a Pentax Spotmatic F, where the light meter doesn't work for some reason, and a Minolta SR-7. Even so, digital captures probably outnumber film a hundred to one though.